Sports related injuries

While health benefits are derived from sports and recreational activities, there are also risks, including sports-related injuries. These injuries range from minor sprains and strains to more serious injuries such as broken bones, etc. Some of these injuries are:

• Wrist Tendonitis
• Tennis Elbow
• Golfer's Elbow
• Shoulder Impingement Syndrome
• Hip Bursitis
• Stress Fractures
• Shin Splints
• Achilles Tendonitis
• Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
• Posterior Tibial Tendonitis
• Plantar Fasciitis

Orthopedic injuries

Nearly 80% of people suffered from any orthopedic condition in their life, as a result of an accident, trauma or illness. These conditions can lead to major chronic conditions if they are not treated on time, some of them are:

• Ankle Sprain
• ACL Tear
• Collateral ligament Tear
• Meniscus Tear
• Shoulder Dislocation
• Rotator Cuff Tear
• Distal Radius Fracture
• Wrist Sprain

Auto accident related injuries

Probably the most well-known car accident injury is whiplash, however, there are different kinds of injuries that requires medical attention depending on the circumstances of the crash and the severity of the impact. These are:

• Whiplash
• Traumatic Brain Injury
• Concussion
• Pelvic Fracture
• Spinal Cord Injuries
• Knee Fracture
• Ankle Fracture
• Wrist Fracture
• Low back sprain
• Herniated Disc

Work related injuries

There are different injuries caused, contributed or aggravated by activities related to the work environment. These activities can be trauma, fall or overuse related and some of them are:

• Repetitive Motion Injuries
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Head Trauma
• Compression Fractures
• Overexertion
• Slip and Fall
• Back Strain
• Neck Strain

Chronic conditions

About 40% of Americans are affected from a chronic condition that limits their normal daily activities performance. Some of these conditions can be related to poor healthy living habits while others can be related to overuse, genetics, etc.

• Parkinson’s Disease
• Arthritis
• Osteoporosis
• Osteoarthritis
• Stroke
• Fibromyalgia
• Amputation

Post-surgical conditions

Post-surgical conditions for major causes often requires rehabilitation to address different aspects as a direct consequence of these procedures, including pain management, wound care, decreased mobility or strength, etc.

• Total Joint Replacement
• Joint Fusion
• Nerve Compression Release
• ORIF/OREF Implants
• Ligament Repair
• Tendon Repair
• Laminectomy
• Acromioplasty
• Osteotomy

Neurological injuries

These conditions are related to any disease that includes damage to the brain or spine and the nerves that connect them. Usually these injuries can lead to decreased mobility that limits normal performance of the regular daily activities of a person. Some of them are:

• Balance Disorders
• Quadriplegia
• Hemiplegia
• Paraplegia
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Lou Gehrig’s Disease

Vestibular and Balance conditions

These conditions can be caused by certain health conditions, medications or injuries affecting the inner ear and the brain, can also be caused by severe trauma to the neck and head. Balance and the ability to stand on upright position are often compromised.

• Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo BPPV
• Vestibular Loss
• Post Traumatic Vertigo
• Multifactorial Disequilibrium of the Elderly
• Balance Impairment