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Meniscus Tears

Strengthening Exercises for Lateral Meniscus Tears

Meniscal tears are commonly occurring knee injuries. Menisci are the wedge-shaped cartilage pieces that act as shock absorbers in ...

Medial Meniscus Tears From Cycling

Pedaling requires the knee to open and close repeatedly, so the most common knee problems will be overuse injuries. A medial menis...

Medial Meniscal Tear & Sports Restrictions

Your knee is surrounded by a variety of supportive structures, including the crescent-shaped cartilage known as the medial meniscu...

Elliptical Exercise & Meniscus Tears

Meniscus tears typically occur with twisting forces or degenerative wear on the knee. Some tears may heal on their own with rest a...

If I Have a Meniscus Tear Can I Play Soccer in a Brace?

The meniscus or cartilage in your knee helps cushion and stabilize your knee joint. A minor tear to your meniscus may cause only m...

The Effectiveness of Physical Therapy for Meniscus Tears

Tears to the meniscus -- the thick, shock absorbing cartilage of the knee -- prove painful and limit activity. Some tears in the ...

Meniscus Tears in Yoga

The meniscus is a C-shaped piece of cartilage located between your shinbone and thighbone. Each knee has two menisci. A torn menis...

Acupuncture and Inner Meniscus Tear

Acupuncture is a therapy that involves inserting thin needles into specific points on the body to elicit a specific reaction. Alth...

A Medial Meniscus Tear of the Right Knee

Chronic knee pain can sideline an athlete from sports, hinder the ability to participate in favorite hobbies and even make everyda...

Rehabilitation for a Medial Meniscus Tear

Your medial meniscus is a crescent-shaped piece of cartilage that sits on the inside of your knee joint between your femur and tib...
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