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  • Sports Health: Caring for All Levels of Athletes

    When we think about athletes, our minds may automatically take us to someone playing on a professional sports team. But you don’t have to look far for examples of active individuals who are working on their golf swing, training for a marathon or triathlon, or constantly on the go in physically demanding jobs, like many of our staff here.

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  • Experts weigh in on the potential silver lining of Kevin Durant's Achilles injury

    "We're certainly not going to rush him back," GM Sean Marks said recently on a WFAN interview. "There's going to be absolutely none of that. We have far too much invested in him, and we owe it to Kevin to get him back to 100%."

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  • A run, a bad knee ache and a difficult-to-diagnose problem

    Dorothy Beckett has been a runner for decades and knows her body well, so the 61-year-old biochemistry professor was puzzled when her knee hobbled for no apparent reason after a routine run.

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  • What can cause shoulder pain?

    The shoulder is a very flexible joint that is made up of several tendons, ligaments, and muscles that all work together. Should pain can result from injuries, general wear and tear, and a number of inflammatory conditions.

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  • AI model based on deep learning detects ACL tears on knee MRI

    An artifical intelligence system based on deep learning is feasible for detecting full-thickness anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears within the knee joint on magnetic resonance (MR) images, according to a study published online May 8 in Radiology: Artificial Intelligence.

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