Rotator cuff injuries

"Doc, I think I've hurt my rotary cup" is a statement I hear from patients many times per week. Whether it be by virtue of an injury, repetitive tasks, or without any clear reason at all, the rotator cuff can cause a lot of pain. Before dissing the rotator cuff, let me explain what it … Continue reading Rotator cuff injuries

TENNIS ELBOW

Tennis elbow or "lateral epicondylitis" is a common condition that I've discussed with and treated many patients for. ┬áThe condition is defined by pain at the common extensor tendon in the outer aspect of the elbow. This is usually a result of "tendinosis" or disorganization/degeneration of the tissues. The movement that causes this condition is … Continue reading TENNIS ELBOW