Athletic Recovery & Performance
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Athletic Recovery & Performance
Each athletic injury has its own set of symptoms and complications, and is typically caused by trauma or by overuse of a muscle or joint. Athletic injuries come in all shapes and sizes. Among the most common athletic injuries you may experience are knee injuries, anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears, groin (inner thigh) and hamstring pulls,shoulder injuries, and shin splints. Knee injuries top the list—making up more than half of all athletic injuries. Knee injuries can occur if your kneecap repeatedly grinds against your leg bone. This repetitive movement can damage your kneecap tissues and trigger pain. An ACL tear or strain—which can happen if you suddenly stop or change directions— is another top athletic injury. With ACL injuries, you may experience a popping or cracking noise, swelling, and severe pain. If you’re a tennis player, you may experience tennis elbow, which is caused by the degeneration of tendons in the elbow. Or, if you’re a golf player, you may experience golf elbow, which typically affects the inside of your elbow and is caused by inflammation. If you have swelling, bruising, and pain along the inside of your thigh, you may have pulled your groin from a sudden change in movement or direction. Pain felt behind the knee may be a sign that you’ve overused or overstretched your hamstring, which is made up of three muscles and is located behind your knee. If you’re a runner, you may be familiar with shin splints, which cause shooting pain down the front of your leg and can be caused by a sudden increase in exercise intensity.
Payment & Insurance
We never want healthcare costs to be the barrier between the care you need and deserve. For your convenience, Anodyne clinics accept most major insurances, including Medicare, and offer flexible payment options.Payment & Insurance
Maximizing Your Time So You Can Prioritize Your Health
These days, the constant stream of demands on your time can feel relentless—leaving little opportunity to seek the health care you need, let alone time to drive between specialists in pursuit of the resolution you deserve. It’s little wonder that our time constraints are consistently among the top barriers to maintaining our health. We believe you deserve doctors who understand the value of your time—who have intentionally designed their clinics to maximize your time so that you can prioritize your health. That’s why, at Anodyne, we bring the specialists to you. In each of our clinics, our multidisciplinary teams of doctors work together under one roof—supporting your health without sacrificing your time.Who We Are
Your Journey to Wellness Begins Here
Whether you’re struggling to diagnose a chronic pain condition or you’re pursuing wellness treatments to stay healthy and feel great, we’re here to support you at every step of your health care journey.
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