Anatomy Risk Factors
Symptoms Rehab Program
Treatment Outcomes
Prevention Similar Injuries

xcz Description
xcz is a

xcz Anatomy

xcz Symptoms
xcz causes pain and swelling in the

xcz Treatment
xcz is diagnosed based on a detailed history, physical exam and xrays performed by an orthopaedic surgeon, or sports medicine specialist.  

Athletes returning to sports after xcz should begin with a graduated exercise program.  First they should be pain free with daily activities with full range of motion and at least 85% strength in the injured leg compared to the uninjured leg.  Exercise begins with light jogging in a  straight line, followed by sprinting in a straight line.  When these have been done without pain the athlete can proceed to doing agility type drills such as 45º cuts, 90º cuts and jumping.  Agility drills should begin at half-speed and proceed to full-speed provided the athlete remains pain free.

xcz Prevention
Prevention of xcz

xcz Risk Factors
xcz  is associated the following sports: BaseballBasketballBoxingCyclingDanceDivingEquestrian SportsFigure SkatingFootballGolfGymnasticsHockeyRowingRugbyRunningSkiingSnowboardingSoccerSwimmingTennisVolleyballWeight LiftingWrestling.

xcz Rehab and Exercise Program

xcz Outomes

Similar injuries that can be confused with xcz include:


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