June, 2016

5 Foods for Healthy Bones

By St Helena Sports Medicine
June 15, 2016

Strong bones are essential to healthy living. And as you age, you begin to lose bone mass, making it more important than ever to do whatever you can to prevent fractures and osteoporosis (or brittle bone disease.) One of the best ways to make sure your bones stay strong and healthy is by taking in ... read more


What is Olecranon Bursitis?

By blogwriter
June 14, 2016

Olecranon bursitis, often referred to as an "elbow bump, " "popeye's elbow" or “student's elbow” is a condition characterized by redness, swelling and pain near the olecranon. It is caused by the inflammation or swelling up of your elbow’s bursa.The bursa can be found above the extensors of the ulna’s farthest proximal end. It is ... read more


Treating Posterior Cruciate Ligament Tears

By blogwriter
June 14, 2016

The Posterior Cruciate Ligament, or PCL, is a ligament in the knee that interconnects the shin and thigh bones. The PCL is commonly torn due to trauma accidents or sport injuries. A PCL tear often sidelines patients who think that it is just a minor issue with the knee. However, if left untreated it can ... read more