Richard Stockton College Athletic Training
Common Athletic Injuries
 Following is some information on injuries that athletes frequently encounter.
It is brief and to the point, not a detailed medical analysis of an injury.  Therefore use
the information accordingly.  We now have several "special guest writers", check 'em out.
 



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Fast Facts:
Concussions are cumulative- after each concussion it becomes easier and easier to sustain another one.

Biceps Tendinitis - By Caroline Unger, MSPT, CSCS
Herniated Disc - By Doug Wallace, PT, ATC
Hip Flexor Strain - By Jon Heck, MS, ATC
Inversion Ankle Sprain- By Jeff Bays, MSPT
Impingement Syndrome (Shoulder)- By Rob Rosa, MSPT
IT Band Syndrome (Knee)- By Kaley Abato, MSPT
Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)- By Jeana Sparano, MPT
MCL Sprain (Knee)- By Brian Corbett
Meniscal Tear (Knee)- By Kristin Camm
Pantar Fasciitis (Foot)- By Caroline Unger, MSPT, CSCS
Patellofemoral Syndrome (Knee)- By Sandra Nunes, PT, CSCS
Tibial Stress Syndrome (Shin Splints)- By Jon Heck, MS, ATC
   
   
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