Dr. Peter Fitzgibbons spent a week in Guatemala with a group of Surgeons from around the United States including several physicians from Georgetown. They were performing a combination of hand surgery and general surgery in an underserved area of the country. Thank you Dr. Fitzgibbons for your dedication to helping others.
Sports that involve overhead activity – weight lifting, softball, swimming, volleyball, and baseball to name a few – are very demanding on the shoulder stabilizing muscles. We see many overhead athletes that appear to be really strong. However, when we strength-test them, we find that they have really weak lower and middle trapezius muscles. This […]
We touched on the IT-Band a few weeks ago and how to pull yourself back from irritation/injury . Well, what if we could avoid it in the first place? The constant and repetitive nature of running can lead to a collapsing and caving in of the knee. This is often from reaching out in front […]