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 •  December 12

Week 14 Fantasy Football Injuries presented by Mueller Sports Medicine. ARIZONA CARDINALS POS PLAYER INJURY NFL STATUS WR John Brown Toe QUESTIONABLE DL Corey Peters Ankle QUESTIONABLE RB Adrian Peterson Neck QUESTIONABLE LB Gabe Martin Hamstring QUESTIONABLE TE Anthony Denham Knee OUT ATLANTA FALCONS POS PLAYER INJURY NFL STATUS TE Eric Saubert...

MUELLER SPORTS MEDICINE

 •  December 8

Like millions of people, you're experiencing chronic lower back pain and you're not sure why. It's your hips. Well, maybe there's some other underlying problem but let's see if it's your hip and butt muscles. “The entire body works as a linked system, and a lot of times when people come in with knee or hip injuries, it’s actually because their...

MUELLER SPORTS MEDICINE

 •  December 7

Popular culture has long relied on the stereotype of the person who predicts bad weather when his knee is "acting up". This stereotype is far from entertaining to people who suffer knee injuries when they pursue more active lifestyles, and to an aging population that may be in the beginning stages of knee osteoarthritis. Rather than relegating...

MUELLER SPORTS MEDICINE

 •  December 5

Cheerleading is a fun and athletic sport, one that your daughter loves. Unfortunately, she has been suffering from a “locked” knee or one that suddenly refused to bend for a period of time. This problem causes her a lot of pain and has made it difficult to successful participate with her cheerleading squad. This has brought her down quite a bit,...

MUELLER SPORTS MEDICINE

 •  November 30

When you are looking for advice related to treating mild back pain, it is pretty easy to come across copious amounts of information on the web offering you advice on what to do to expedite your recovery. However, it is equally as important to focus on things you should not do when you are trying to completely heal an injured back. In this post, we...

MUELLER SPORTS MEDICINE

 •  November 28

In America, back pain and sciatica are among the most common complaints of pain. Millions of people each year, up to almost 80% of people, experience back pain in some form. Whether it is acute or chronic, most people at some point in their lives will struggle with back pain. Understanding the causes of it, and finding ways to help you either...

MUELLER SPORTS MEDICINE

 •  November 28

Ankle sprains are a fact of life for many basketball and football players. In fact, almost anyone involved in a team sport is vulnerable to sprains that either limit performance or temporarily prevent participation. Preventative Measures Once a player is sidelined by an ankle sprain, a key question inevitably arises, “How can I prevent future...

MUELLER SPORTS MEDICINE

 •  November 28

ARIZONA CARDINALS DATE POS PLAYER INJURY NFL STATUS 11/27/17 WR John Brown Toe 11/27/17 DB Rudy Ford Knee 11/27/17 WR Brittan Golden Groin 11/27/17 DL Corey Peters Ankle 11/26/17 LB Deone Bucannon Ankle QUESTIONABLE 11/26/17 RB Kerwynn Williams Ribs QUESTIONABLE ATLANTA FALCONS DATE POS PLAYER INJURY NFL STATUS 11/26/17 DB Brian Poole Back...

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 •  November 23

Whether you are suffering from a sore neck, prolonged stiffness, or a case of whiplash, living through the discomfort of your neck injury doesn't have to be your reality. There are plenty of ways that you can safely soothe and heal your neck (with the approval of your general physician or pain specialist, of course). In this post, we will uncover...

MUELLER SPORTS MEDICINE

 •  November 21

From overlooked remedies to uncommon therapeutic activities, there are many types of treatment for back injuries and back pain that most people have yet to try. If you have gone down your list of treatment options and thus far nothing has worked for you, it may be time to try something a little less conventional in order to experience lasting...