Metacarpal fractures are common sporting injuries seen in boxing, football, basketball and netball. In fact, metacarpal fractures account for 10% of all fractures presenting to emergency rooms, and represents a substantial portion of upper extremity fractures. The distal phalangeals (i.e.,…
Sacroiliac joint dysfunction is a highly debated and controversial source of low back and buttock pain in the sports, with it often being accused of moving too little (i.e., hypomobility), moving too much (i.e., hypermobility), or even medically subluxating (i.e.,…
Knee swelling is a common presenting condition in both primary care and the emergency department. Knee swelling can be due to trauma, overuse or systemic disease. However, it is particularly common in sporting populations due to the high risk of traumatic injury….