Causes of ACL Injuries (Part 5)

September 7, 2010 Rick Kaselj

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the primary stabilizing muscles in the knee joint. When it’s functioning correctly, the ACL helps keep your knee stable by preventing it from extending too far and […]

Knee Pain Due to ACL Injury

Knee Pain Due to ACL Injury

August 23, 2010 Rick Kaselj

Knee pain due to ACL injury is common with these types of injuries. In sports such as football, basketball, and skiing, an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is one of the most common knee injuries. […]

Knee Pain Due to a Sloppy Knee

Knee Pain Due to Tendonopathy

March 30, 2010 Rick Kaselj

Knee pain Tendopathy is not a single condition but an umbrella term for any condition where tissue inflammation, degeneration, or overuse affects the knee tendons. Knee pain, whether acute or chronic, can be debilitating and […]

Knees Passing the Toes (Knee Pain)

Knees Passing the Toes (Knee Pain)

December 19, 2009 Rick Kaselj

You participate in activities requiring a lot of movement of the hips and knees. It is essential to consider whether your knees will pass the toes. This is especially true if you have osteoarthritis, which […]