The Buffalo Bills are in QB purgatory. We, as fans have been told this since Doug Whaley was the GM. When the Buffalo Bills 1st round QB Josh Allen left Sunday’s game, fans and administration at OBD were probably surprised to Continue reading UCL Injury – Not common in football
Most football fans and athletes alike hate to hear the words knee injury or ACL injury. Most fear the worst when an athlete experiences a knee injury in practice and or a game. The first known mention of an ACL Continue reading Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury
In light of unexpected retirement of Vontae Davis the reported dislocation of Phillip Gaines elbow that occurred in the Bills’ Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers is potentially serious, especially given the lack of depth at the cornerback position. Elbow dislocations Continue reading Dislocated Elbow May Limit Bills’ CB Gaines Availability/Performance
Every year when athletes report to training camp they feel they are ready to begin a great new season. A few days into training camp the injuries begin to mount. Why with all the safety initiatives seen implemented in recent Continue reading Early Sport Specialization – Good or Bad???
Concussions in all sports are a fact of life, however, in the NFL because of the nature of the game several players on multiple teams are often in concussion protocol at any given point in the season. How concussions are Continue reading NFL Concussion Protocol – A Primer for Fans
Hamstring injuries are common in athletes who have to accelerate, decelerate rapidly or just do a lot of running. The hamstrings are a group of muscles that run down the back of the leg from the pelvis to the posterior Continue reading Hamstrings – Not a new stadium food option
Groin injuries are some of the most common sports injuries but also very difficult to properly diagnose. One reason for this is the groin is the site of multiple muscle, tendon and bony connections. In addition, multiple nerves run thru Continue reading Groin Pain – What is That???
In light of the tragic passing of long time NFL and NCAA coach Tony Sparano on Sunday July 22nd, a quick review of chest pain seems to be timely and appropriate. The first thing that needs to be said is Continue reading Chest Pain – Not a Straight Forward Diagnosis
LisFranc injuries are talked about in all sports as a season progresses, but what exactly is a LisFranc injury? The LisFranc joint complex are the bones and ligaments that form the arch in the human foot. It is a series Continue reading LisFranc Injuries- No it is not my French Cousin
Player X has a stress fracture or Player Y is out of practice because of persistent pain. This type of thing is heard frequently throughout training camp, preseason and the regular season. I thought I would explain the concept of Continue reading Stress Fracture – What in the world is that?