Participating in sports is an excellent way to stay active and physically fit.
Category: Sports Related Injuries
Sports can help inspire student-athletes to excel on and off the field, court or turf. Here are some tips athletes can follow for upcoming seasons.
Click to read about common basketball injuries, prevention tips and how our professional staff at MOA can help you get back on the court.
Thining about your new year resolutions? Make incorporating fitness one of them! Our team created a list of tips to help you with a safe daily routine.
Sports injuries can be rough. We want to make sure that we can educate you on the worst sports injuries an individual could get. Read more.
Our orthopedic specialists receive many questions about anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. Learn more about these questions here.
Preparing for winter sports correctly is extremely important to lower your chance of injury. Read on to learn how to prepare and condition for winter sports.
Are you suffering from a painful hamstring injury? Learn about the types of hamstring injuries, the causes and treatment options in Morgantown, WV.
With the cold weather and precipitation, comes an increase in certain types of injuries. Here are winter injury prevention tips for four main causes.
A slap tear is a common injury in athletes of all sports and ages. Come to Mountainstate Orthopedic Associates for slap tear treatment options.
Fractures are one of the most common orthopedic problem today, but many people often forgo the warning signs. What are the warning signs of fractures?
What is sports medicine fellowship training and how can a fellow trained surgeon better help patients?
When playing a sport, there is always a risk of obtaining an injury. Here are 10 tips on how to prevent sports injuries.
The following are some the most common overuse syndromes and sources of pain that are related to changes in exercise programs.
Players that participate in contact sports with a high level of physicality, such as football, hockey and soccer are at risk for concussions.