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By: Anthony L. Avery, M.D.   The meniscus is a disc-like structure that acts as a cushion between the femur and tibia bones in the knee.  To a lesser degree, it helps with stability of the knee joint.  Tears can occur in the meniscus
Well, the day is finally here!  You’ve made it through the months of training, the grueling workouts, the long runs and the sore muscles.  Once the gun sounds, every step you take is one step close to your goal of reaching the finish
by: Austin Johns, CCS, CES, HC, Director, Return To Sport Post-Rehabiliation Program OrthoVirginia Sports happens at the feet.  Athletic footwear is the most important piece of equipment athletes own.  For the most part, selecting
By: Dr. William Nordt III The modern day ACL reconstruction (using substitute graft tissue) remains the gold standard to treat the ACL-injured knee. However an old procedure known as an ACL repair is trying to make a come
By:Austin G Johns CSCS CES HC, Director, Return To Sport Post-Rehabiliation Program OrthoVirginiaAt all levels, coaches and parents are consistently looking for ways to keep their athletes healthier in sport.  Recognizing that an athlete is
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