Among the structures that keep the complex shoulder functional is the acromioclavicular joint, also called the AC joint.
Shoulder bursitis occurs when one or more of the fluid-filled sacs (bursa) in the shoulder become inflamed.
Injury prevention is a crucial aspect of athletic training and preparation – especially in college athletes where competition continues to soar.
Hip impingement happens when the ball of the hip (femoral head) rubs against the cup-shaped socket of the hip (acetabulum).
Due to the complexity of the knee joint, people of all ages are prone to experiencing inner knee pain due to everyday activities or orthopedic injuries.
The sensation of having a pinched nerve in the shoulder can cause significant pain, numbness, and tingling, making daily activities difficult.
Learn about the benefits of physical therapy for orthopedic injuries, including pain relief, improved mobility, gait training, and faster recovery.
Staying active during the winter season is essential for maintaining overall health and well-being. Here are a few tips to help you stay active during the winter season in Missouri.
Motion Orthopedics is excited to host a Toys for Tots toy drive from November 1 - December 7, collecting new, unwrapped toys for less fortunate children.
Whether you participate in team sports, CrossFit, or just enjoy working out on your own, you should make exercise recovery a priority.