Inside Sports Medicine

Injury Profile: Epicondylitis

Epicondylitis is commonly referred to as tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow. This condition is a type of tendonitis (a fancy term for the swelling of the tendons) that occurs in athletes who use their elbows on a consistent basis. Read on to learn more about this injury. Read More »

New York Times: New Ligament Discovered

In its wellness blog, the New York Times is reporting that researchers in Belgium have discovered a new knee ligament, the Anterior Lateral Ligament, which could have major injury diagnosis and rehabilitation implications. Read More »

Doc Talk: The Dreaded Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition we’ve all heard about, and one many of us are dealing with on a daily basis. ATLX sits down with Dr. Kenneth Jung of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic to talk prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the problem. Read More »

Ankle Sprains

Dr. Kenneth Jung of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic took time out of his busy schedule to discuss one of the most common injuries in athletics: ankle sprains. Read More »

Doc Talk: Stress Fractures

One of the most common injuries sports docs see is stress fractures in an athlete’s foot. ATLX consulted top sports doc, Dr. Kenneth Jung, of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic to find out exactly what is a stress fracture and how can we prevent them. Read More »

Tips & Tools for the Everyday Athlete’s Winning Mentality

Sports Psychologist, Dr. Jim Taylor, details the most common mental obstacles athletes face and the best ways to knock ‘em down. Read More »

Warming Up for Enhanced Performance and Injury Prevention

Although some people consider it the worst part of training, warming up is a must! ATLX consulted expert Robb Rogers to find out why. Read More »

When to Worry: Shoulder Popping

Shoulder pops, clicks or snaps? Find out when you should worry and when it's just harmless noise. Read More »

How Do I Know if My Achilles Is Torn? KJOC Orthopedic Surgeon Weighs In

Achilles tears and ruptures are detrimental to active people. ATLX spoke with KJOC surgeon Dr. Kenneth Jung to learn more about achilles tear prevention, rehab and surgery. Read More »

Sports Medicine Pioneers: The Kerlan-Jobe Clinic

The Kerlan-Jobe Clinic has become synonymous with Sports Medicine. From pioneering the Tommy John surgery to treating the top athletes in the world. Kerlan-Jobe invented the field of Sports Medicine and continues to reinvent it every day. Read More »

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