Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)

What is FAI?In a healthy hip joint, the acetabulum (socket) and femoral head (ball) glide smoothly without friction. However, alterations to either surface can lead to irritation as they interact, resulting in Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI). This common hip disorder manifests as pain and stiffness. Types of FAI:FAI can be categorized as cam, pincer, or mixed.

Can Poor Balance Lead To Ankle Sprains?

Can Poor Balance Increase the Risk of Ankle Sprains?Ankle sprains rank among the most prevalent sporting injuries, with many individuals experiencing them at least once in their lifetime. Despite their common occurrence, the negative impact they can have remains significant. Interestingly, having poor balance may heighten the likelihood of experiencing ankle sprains. Below, we delve