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The Knee

The knee is the largest joint of the body. It is made up of the femur (the thigh bone, and the longest bone in the body!), the tibia (the shin bone), and the patella (the knee cap). Also, closely related

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IT band syndrome

The iliotibial band (IT band) is a long, broad band of tissue that runs along the outer thigh. It starts at the top of the hip, and runs down the side of the thigh, and attaches down below the knee.

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Achilles Tendon Rupture

The Achilles tendon is a thick rope-like structure at the back of the heel and ankle. It connects the calf muscle to the heel bone (calcaneus), and helps move the foot and ankle in walking, running, jumping, and other standing

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Impingement Syndrome

Shoulder impingement syndrome is pain in the shoulder, that usually occurs with reaching overhead or out to the side. It is commonly found in people who do a lot of repetitive overhead activity such as throwing, swimming, racquet sports, and

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May 2018 Newsletter

The Origins of In Motion O.C. When my wife and I started this business in November of 2003, we set out with one mission: to provide the best customer experience in the industry. We also strive to assist our patients

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Patellofemoral Pain

Patellofemoral pain is knee pain that is usually felt under the knee cap at the front of the knee. It is commonly found in athletes, very active individuals, teenagers (most commonly teenage girls), and people who perform a lot of

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Hand & Wrist Pain

In everything we do each day, we rely on our hands to do some sort of function. The wrist and hand are made of many small bones, joints, ligaments, tendons that are intertwined to help move your fingers and wrist

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Posture

Poor posture is an epidemic in America, it can be seen anywhere you look. Texting posture, computer posture, smart phone posture all of these slumped positions place a lot of strain on the low back and neck. None of these

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IT Band Syndrome

Let’s say you are an avid runner and you start to have pain on the out side of your leg when you run, cycle or hike. What could it be? What it can commonly arise from is a chronic injury

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