- Caring for Knee Hyperextension
Hyperextension of the knee occurs when one’s knee extends too far backward and possibly damages the cartilage, ligaments and other structures that stabilize the knee. A strong sudden force to the knee is typically the cause of knee hyperextension and is commonly seen in athletes who play basketball, football and gymnastics as these sports require […]
- How to treat a Tennis Elbow?
Tennis Elbow (medically known as Lateral Epicondylitis) is triggered by repetitive or excessive extension of the wrist, resulting in pain that occurs on the outer side of the elbow, usually on the dominant arm. Any activity or hobby that involves movement by gripping anything too tightly like a tennis racquet, bat, hammer, paintbrush, or performing […]