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  • Common Symptoms of a Sports Hernia

    Common Symptoms of a Sports Hernia

    Athletes who use their bodies with a lot of explosive movements and twisting are susceptible to groin injuries, which can be hard to diagnose. Football, soccer and hockey players are especially vulnerable to groin injuries, and sports hernias.

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  • Play Safe in the Summer Heat

    Play Safe in the Summer Heat

    Summer brings on the heat for many athletes, contributing to dehydration for many players. Proper hydration is critical to an athlete’s performance. Dehydration can reduce reaction time, speed, and strength.

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  • Hip Preservation vs Hip Replacement: What is Right for You?

    Hip Preservation vs Hip Replacement: What is Right for You?

    Hip pain and lack of mobility are nothing new to athletes around the globe. With this ball and socket type joint, it's no surprise that highly active athletes tend to suffer from some type of hip injury at one point in their career.

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  • What is Hip Preservation?

    What is Hip Preservation?

    Hip pain is a common complaint among athletes of all ages. Injuries, arthritis, and genetic makeup are all culprits of chronic hip pain. Your hip is a complex joint made to handle a lot of action. Over time, wear and tear can cause pain, inflammation, and lack of mobility.

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  • Athletic Groin Injuries

    Athletic Groin Injuries

    It's not uncommon to see athletes sitting on the sidelines due to a groin-related injury. Groin injuries are common in sports that require a lot of twisting, turning, sudden stops, and explosive movements.

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  • A Patient’s Guide to Hip Arthroscopy Surgery

    A Patient’s Guide to Hip Arthroscopy Surgery

    Hip pain can affect your athletic performance, or even hinder your daily activities. After exhausting conservative treatments without relief, patients may be a candidate for hip arthroscopy surgery.

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  • Diagnosing Groin Injuries: The Importance of Seeing a Groin Specialist

    Diagnosing Groin Injuries: The Importance of Seeing a Groin Specialist

    Groin pain can be complicated to diagnose and treat. Athletes and weekend warriors are often misdiagnosed with a sports injury when they could have an injury of the groin.

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  • How Soon Can You Drive After Hip Arthroscopy?

    How Soon Can You Drive After Hip Arthroscopy?

    Getting back to normal activities, work and sports after hip arthroscopy surgery often requires transportation.

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  • 5 Common Hip Injuries in Dance

    5 Common Hip Injuries in Dance

    Dance can appear to be effortless, yet requires a tremendous amount of endurance, stamina, strength, and flexibility.

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  • Signs You Might Have a Labral Tear of the Hip

    Signs You Might Have a Labral Tear of the Hip

    Within the last decade, our understanding and ability to treat hip injuries in athletes has grown exponentially.

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  • American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America
  • International Society for Hip Arthroscopy
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • Ambra Health
  • NHLPA