Click to learn about femoral acetabular impingement, a condition of the hip in which there is abnormal contact between the femoral head and the acetabulum.
Dr. Mark Sando breaks down several ACL graft options and the considerations weighed between surgeon and patient when determining a course of action.
Do you have chronic pain in your ankle with no known injury? You may have ankle mobility issues. Click to learn about what causes this and how to fix it.
Meniscus tears are very common and can occur as a result of a wide variety of activities. Click here to learn more about the different types and treatment options.
The tendons and muscle groupings encompassing the rotator cuff are prone to tears, tendonitis and impingement and related injuries. Injuries range from mild tendonitis, bursitis of the shoulder, calcification of parts of the tendon all of the way through to a partial or full rotator cuff tear, which may result in a need for surgical repair.