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Rob Naber’s Presentation at the West Valley College Sports Medicine Symposium

The Spring 2006 West Valley College Sports Medicine Symposium was held May 5th. The symposium was organized by John Kao MD for an audience consisting of physical therapists, athletic trainers, and physicians. The purpose of the Sports Medicine Symposia series is to continue improving the standard of orthopedic medicine here in the Bay Area by […]

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Tennis Elbow (“But I Don’t Play Tennis!”)

Tennis elbow, also known as “lateral epicondylitis,” often affects active adults between the ages of 30 and 60 years, and causes pain on the outside of the elbow joint where the forearm meets the elbow. Internally, tennis elbow pain is localized where the muscles of the forearm merge into tendons and attach to end of […]

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Anterior Knee Pain

Anterior Knee Pain, also known as “runner’s knee,” is the second most common reason for joint pain related physical therapy office visits. Patients with anterior knee pain complain of a dull ache at the front of the knee that feels like it’s coming from behind the patella (kneecap). Patients feel pain most strongly after sitting […]

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