Complex knee ligament conditions describes damage to more than one of the four knee ligaments, often as a result of trauma or a sports injury.
If you injure your ACL, treatment options include surgical repair and rehabilitation to improve strength and stability.
A torn hip labrum can lead to hip instability, pain, and impair the labrum's ability to absorb shocks.
About 65 percent of regular runners get hurt each year. It’s estimated that the average runner will sustain one injury for every 100 hours he or she runs.
Kneecap (patella) instability is a condition that causes the kneecap to shift, usually because of injury. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
While outdoor and wilderness adventures can be invigorating, injuries can occur; Yale Medicine doctors with specialized training can help.
A tear resulting from acute injury to or degeneration of meniscus.
Rotator cuff injuries include inflammation, tendinosis, partial and full-thickness tears, rotator cuff arthropathy, and shoulder impingement.
A broken ankle is a condition in which tiny fissures to larger cracks and snaps occur in the ankle. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Physiatry is a branch of medicine that aims to treat physical pain or limited movement nonsurgically.