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* Anatomy
* Common Injuries
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* Injury Stories/Questions
+ Injury Stories
+ Injury Questions
+ ACL Surgery Stories
* Solution Ebooks

The Sports Injury Information You Need

Lets be honest. Having a sports injury sucks. They are painful,
expensive, and frustrating. They keep you from doing the things you
love the most, and severe injuries can literally change your life. Even
more frustrating than the sports injury is the constant feeling of "not

Not knowing what is wrong...

Not knowing what to do...

Not knowing if you will get better, and how soon.

Injuries, and all of the "not knowing" are so frustrating that they
become an obsession - trying to find out as much as you possibly can
about what is wrong and what to do. I know that feeling, and I am here
to help.

The first thing you need to know, regardless of your injury, is that
the information you read here is trustworthy. I've worked with athletes
and patients for the last 16 years, treating musculoskeletal injuries.
I know the ins and outs of evaluation, diagnosis, treatment,
rehabilitation, and surgery better than most. But more importantly, I
know the types of questions you have, because I have answered them for
hundreds of patients, and millions of website visitors.

About Me

Doctor of Health Sciences
Masters of Science in Athletic Training
Bachelors of Science in Sports Medicine

Athletic Trainer Since 1999

16 Years of Clinical Practice Experience

FMS Level 1 Certification

Graston Technique Accreditation
Barton Anderson, DHSc, ATC

Learn More

I know the number one thing you are looking for is information. And
it's a good thing you are here, because that is exactly why I created
this website. To provide easy to understand information on all kinds of
sports injury topics. Browse through the site by body part, and you
will find detailed information on anatomy, common injuries, treatment
and rehab, surgeries, and even visitor submitted questions. Or use the
search feature at the top right of the page to search for your specific
injury or symptoms. Chances are you will find what you are looking for.

Since 2008, over 5 million visitors have used Sports Injury Info to
better understand their injuries, AND to get on the right track to
recovery. You can be next - answers are just a few clicks away.

Figuring Out The Symptoms of Your Sports Injury

First off, let me say that you should absolutely see your doctor or
healthcare provider if you have an injury or symptoms that are causing
significant pain, causing you to be unable to walk normally, have
significant swelling, or that have been bothering you for more than a
few days. The internet is great, but it is no replacement for a
comprehensive, in person, hands on evaluation. For the best answer to
your question "What is wrong with my knee (or shoulder, or ankle, or
whatever)" - go see your doctor.

For aches and pains that are annoying, but haven't yet risen to the
level of debilitating, you can browse through the site for more
information, based on body part. Use the menu at the top of the page,
where each section has information about anatomy, common injuries,
surgeries, and treatment/rehab. Click on the injuries page for the body
part, and then read through to see if your symptoms match. You can also
find information about general conditions, like tendonitis, bursitis,
sprains, and strains.

Understanding Your Injury

If you have seen your physician, but are still left with questions,
don't worry - I've got you covered. I've included information about the
most common sports injuries, grouped by body part. Each injury covers
common causes, what parts are affected, common signs and symptoms, and
initial treatment options.

There is also information on some of the most common sports injury
surgeries as well. And if for some reason you can't find any
information on your injury, contact me, and I'll do my best to add it
to the list of new material being added to the website.

Search for your injury or symptoms within Sports Injury Info...
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