They’re more commonly used for treating knee pain and providing patella support, but are knee braces also practical for runners?
Venous insufficiency and pulmonary embolisms both affect the legs of non ambulatory and ambulatory patients - however, how these conditions are treated and prevented differ significantly.
They’re low profile, help you to recover from and prevent ankle sprains and other injuries, but should you run in an ankle brace?
Does drop foot impede on your work and daily functioning? A well-chosen lower leg brace can help - read on to learn more about this condition and what you can do to better manage it.
For people suffering from de quervain’s tenosynovitis, the thumb and wrist pain can oftentimes be unbearable. How exactly is this condition caused and what can you do to prevent and possibly treat it? Continue reading to find out!
Whether you’ve sustained a rib fracture or have broken a rib, you need to visit a healthcare professional for medical attention. But what does the treatment process actually look like? Will you need to lay in bed for the next 6 weeks? Continue reading to learn more.
The arches of your feet support the weight of your entire body during all activities. But strong as they may be, they are still prone to two fairly common conditions - flat foot and pes cavus. How do these conditions differ and what is their impact on our feet?
Kinesiology tape has been on the market for some time now - however, its benefits are constantly being tested.But is it really all that great? Read on and find out!
Back pain is probably one of the most common reasons for work absence. No matter if the pain is acute or chronic, it can significantly reduce your quality of life (Back pain). But what exactly causes it and what treatment options are there? Continue reading to learn medical advice on treating back pain.