All in Knee Injuries

What You Should Know About Knee Pain

Being crucial for mobility and stability in both athletics and everyday life, it's no surprise that the knee is one of the most likely joints to sustain injury, both serious and minor. And the "harder you go", the more likely you are to sustain a knee injury. Many of the most successful athletes have incurred major knee injuries. That's the bad news. The good new is ...

Avoiding Common Golf Injuries

The immense amount of torque we put our bodies throw in order to execute the golf swing can result in the opposite knee and shoulder taking the largest amount of the force. So if you are right handed, you would face potential problems with the left knee, the back, and the right shoulder. If you've played golf for any amount of time, you probably know what I'm talking about.

All About The ACL Injury: ACL Questions and Answers from a Vail Orthopedic Surgeon

Let's talk about the famous (or for those who've injured it, infamous) ACL. ACL is an an acronym for Anterior Cruciate ligament, which you probably know is part of the knee. You may not know that the knee is the largest and most complex joint in the human body. Because of this, it relies on a multitude of biological components to keep it functioning properly and optimally. 

How Long Will It Take To Return From Knee Surgery?

One of the big concerns that active people have after they have surgery on the Anterior Cruciate Ligament concerns how long it'll take to return to full speed. Many of the folks I see enjoy a high level of performance, either in recreational or professional sense, and my goal is to get them back to the same level (or in some cases, performing better) than before.