Dr. Seifert Educates About Knee Injuries in Young Athletes

The knee is a weight-bearing, hinge joint and is the largest joint in the body. Its unique anatomy and physical demands require multiple soft tissue structures to support the bony framework. The structures, including ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and two menisci, are more frequently injured than the bones. Thankfully, many knee injuries don’t require surgery and can heal using non-operative techniques. Since there are many different kinds of knee injuries, a sports medicine specialist can help provide the best treatment through proper evaluation of history and a physical exam. READ MORE on Nonahoodnews.com.