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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries are quite common and affect approximately 250 000 people per year.  Athletes playing sports involving jumping, pivoting, and hard cutting such as basketball, soccer, and football are at the highest risk.

Athletes who suffer from...

The best players in the NBA didn’t make it to the top of their sport based on their court skills alone. They learned early in their basketball career to take care of their health and their body’s so that they could play the game at the highest level for as long as poss...

Basketball players, parents, coaches, and scouts are all aware of the devastating effects of serious knee injuries and how they can quickly change a once bright future in this sport. Non-traumatic knee injuries are second only to ankle injuries as the most prevalent in...

Canadian basketball fans have known for quite some time that basketball has completely taken off in this country! Now, the rest of the country is beginning to realize.


The past two days of events at Athlete Institute in Orangeville, ON and the inaug...

Dr. Trevor Vander Doelen was recently interviewed by a CrossFit athlete about his approach to care for CrossFit athletes, injury prevention, and improving performance. 

To what do you attribute your success in treating CrossFit athletes and getting them back to their sp...

October 28, 2013

The nature of rock climbing assumes some level of risk and one can imagine there will be some injury involved.  Thankfully acute injuries due to falls account for a very small percentage of rock climbing injuries in comparison to chronic overuse injuries.  While these...

October 9, 2012

With the new school year upon us, children will be packing their school bags full of various items to take to school each day.  They’ll be taking their backpack on and off throughout the day, tossing it into their locker, and leaving it in their room at night.  It will...

Sacroiliac (SI) joint pain is thought to be involved in 15% of all low back complaints. Symptoms of sacroiliac joint pain include low back pain, gluteal pain, sacral pain, groin pain, or hip pain. The pain is typically worse when walking and standing, with relief while...

As many as 1 in 4 runners will develop patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) during their running career. Despite the high prevalence, there is conflicting evidence as to the etiology of this condition. This article will serve to dispel the myths of its etiology as well...

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