You always admired Tommy John’s pitching record, but you never thought you’d need the surgery named after him. Now you do. Will you be able to replicate his astounding recovery and throw and play again? Follow the protocol and you should.
An occasional injury is just part of the game when you’re playing sports. After all, injuries happen, especially when running, jumping, or colliding. But did you know that repetitive motions involved in the game can also injure you?
After your shoulder has been dislocated, it can create instability in your joint, limiting your range of motion and strength. If you struggle with shoulder instability, strengthening your shoulder muscles, tendons, and ligaments can help.
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) stabilizes your knee when you walk, run, and jump. Unfortunately, ACL tears are common and may take athletes out of their game for months or even permanently. With proper rehab, you can play again. Here’s how.