A large number of patients associate wrist pain with increase or change in exercise activity—sometimes, a newly developed love for yoga or Pilates.
Dr. Moore explains why the biggest difference between your injury and a Top-10 player's injury has nothing to do with talent.
What goes into providing medical coverage for the 'Super Bowl' of the golf world?
Dr. Cabry of Drexel Sports Medicine offers advice on how you can enjoy a successful--and pain-free--summer of golf.
When it comes to tennis, the dreaded elbow injuries are only part of the story. Here's how to keep healthy throughout the season.
Do you run, throw, lift weights, or swim? Do you ever think about the way you move or do you just move ‘naturally’? Movement dysfunction is a relatively new, exciting way to study sports performance and rehabilitation.
For years, Channel 6’s anchor and Sports Director Gary Papa was a Philadelphia institution. But to at least one colleague, he was so much more.
One of the more common injuries that PGA players suffer is from elbow tendinitis. Pain is felt on the inside or the outside of the elbow. What can you do to prevent this injury from derailing your golf game?
Working out at a higher intensity, like P90X or Insanity routines, can be beneficial to physical fitness--but too often, unprepared athletes are experiencing injuries.
Don't let nagging back pain hold back your game. Dr. Heather Moore offers some strengthening exercises that will keep you on the course through the summer.
If you have never been to a wheelchair basketball game, you will be shocked by three things: The pace, the aggressiveness and the fierce competition.
The popularity of CrossFit has grown nationwide in the past few years. This past weekend was proof that the movement has reached Philadelphia.
In the spirit of holiday cheer, we looked back at 2012 and rounded up five feel-good sports stories about overcoming the odds– some are local, some are professional, and some are just downright awe-inspiring.