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How Do I Know If My Knee Injury Is Serious: Symptoms and Treatment Options

How Do I Know If My Knee Injury Is Serious: Symptoms and Treatment Options

Imagine this: you’re playing your favorite sport when suddenly, you feel a sharp pain in your knee. The pain is unbearable, and you’re left wondering, “how do I know if my knee injury is serious?” Identifying the symptoms of serious knee injuries is crucial for proper treatment and recovery. In this blog post, I’ll explore […]

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Anatomic graphic of Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries or tears that require treatment.

Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries

Introduction The posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) is one of the less commonly injured ligaments of the knee. Understanding this injury and developing new treatments for it have lagged behind the other cruciate ligament in the knee, the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), probably because there are far fewer PCL injuries than ACL injuries and they rarely require surgery.   This

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An anatomic graphic of a Popliteal Cysts and can be treated in Midlothian, VA.

Popliteal Cysts

Introduction A popliteal cyst, also called a Baker’s cyst, is a soft, often painless bump that develops on the back of the knee. A cyst is usually nothing more than a bag of fluid. These cysts occur most often when the knee is damaged due to arthritis, gout, injury, or inflammation in the lining of the knee

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Hamstring Injuries

Introduction The big group of muscles and tendons in the back of the thigh are commonly called the hamstrings. Injuries in this powerful muscle group are common, especially in athletes. Hamstring injuries happen to all types of athletes, from Olympic sprinters to slow-pitch softball players. Though these injuries can be very painful, they will usually heal

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