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Rotator Cuff Injury

Rotator Cuff Injury

Rotator cuff injuries are one of the most common shoulder injuries. The shoulder is a ball-socket joint that allows the arm to move in many different directions. The rotator cuff consists of four different muscles that keep the shoulder stabilized and help it move. The muscles and […]

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Knee Strengthening for Athletes: How to Avoid ACL/PCL Damage

Knee Strengthening for Athletes: How to Avoid ACL/PCL Damage

The knee is the largest joint in the body, connecting the thigh bone (femur) to the shin bone (tibia). The tendons allow the knee joint to move as they serve as the joining support of the knee bones to the leg muscles. Knees are essential for competing […]

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Lyoto Machida undergoes surgery, does not plan on retirement

Lyoto Machida undergoes surgery, does not plan on retirement

Lyoto Machida had his second straight bad night in the Octagon last weekend at UFC Fight Night 70. He came out of his third-round TKO loss to Yoel Romero with a broken nose, less than three months after he suffered a one-sided defeat at the hands of […]

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Kings’ Matt Greene to have shoulder surgery

Kings' Matt Greene to have shoulder surgery

Defenseman Matt Greene will undergo shoulder surgery and will be out of the Kings’ lineup indefinitely, the club said in a statement released Tuesday afternoon. Greene, 32, hasn’t played since the Kings’ third game of the season, on Oct. 13. One of the team’s designated alternate captains, […]

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Khabib Nurmagomedov Not Retiring, Eyes UFC 196

Khabib Nurmagomedov Not Retiring, Eyes UFC 196

Fortunately for fight fans around the world, UFC lightweight Khabib Nurmagomedov has had a change of heart. The previously top-ranked lightweight no longer has his sights set on life beyond the Octagon, de-committing from his plans on retiring, according to UFC Tonight. Nurmagomedov first revealed his plans […]

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HMO vs PPO Insurance

HMO vs PPO Insurance

How HMOs and PPOs Differ Health insurance is a great thing for us to have. It helps cover the cost of otherwise expensive medical bills in exchange for monthly payments to your insurance provider. However, not all insurance policies are the same! There are cheaper policies, more […]

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Cody Drees Surgery with Dr Ronald Kvitne

It was 10 minutes into the second game of the 2013-2014 season and everything seemed normal. The Oregon club hockey team was playing Portland State, a team very familiar to them, and Cody Drees was about to deliver one of many checks issued that night. But that […]

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Rashad Evans Out of Action for Six Months Due to Knee Surgery

Rashad Evans Out of Action for Six Months Due to Knee Surgery

The knee injury that bounced Rashad Evans out of UFC 170 last week will keep “Suga” sidelined for the majority of 2014. According to a statement posted on the Blackzilians website yesterday, the former UFC light-heavyweight champ will undergo knee surgery this week in Los Angeles with […]

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Track and Field Injuries

Track and Field Injuries

Do you have children in high school or college that run track and field? Are you a runner yourself? Well according to the journal Medicine and Sports Science, 70 to 80 percent of all track and field injuries are related to running events. And of these injuries, […]

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MMA – Anderson Silva Cleared to Train

MMA - Anderson Silva Cleared to Train

Anderson Silva‘s doctor from Los Angeles’ Kerlan-Jobe clinic today cleared the ex-champ to begin training in MMA, his longtime manager Ed Soares told MMAjunkie. “We’ve talked with the UFC, and we’ll see what they come up with,” said Soares when asked what’s in store for Silva when […]

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