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The Pain of a Meniscal Tear and Travelling

There are many things in life that can get you down. That can make you depressed. Things that put a strain on you emotionally and physically. 1,785 more words


It's not fun knee any more..

Yes I have often felt like I have been tearing myself to pieces now literally so. Having already torn the meniscus in my right knee I have now done it again in my left. 43 more words

Freedom & Gravity


Flying down Front
Street, diode-lit

And freedom

No narrowing
Space, pain and force
Force of attraction

Just freedom

25 Aug 2014
Photo – 15 Aug 2014
© 2014, Jim Lemanowicz



Study: Delaying ACL Reconstruction Can Cause More Damage

The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine had their annual meeting recently. A study was presented that shows patients who delay ACL reconstruction surgery are at an increased risk for secondary injuries, particularly more severe meniscus tears. 655 more words

Determination Paying Off - Week 4 (August 13 - August 19)

After 3 weeks of nursing what feels like a limp noodle, all the dedication to icing, elevating, and extra physical therapy seems to be paying off. 421 more words

Jon Jones injured, he will not face Daniel Cormier until 2015

In the most anticipated fight of the 2014 calendar will now be postponed until 2015. UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee and a sprained ankle ankle during wrestling practice on Monday.It is uncertain at the moment if Jones will require surgery. 287 more words


Best practice for a meniscus tears

Knee pain is a common complaint and one that can be treated with operative and non-operative techniques, depending on a variety of factors. As sports chiropractors… 407 more words

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