Muscle Cramps – A sudden tight, intense pain caused by a muscle locked in spasm. Muscle cramps are also recognized as an involuntary and forcibly contracted muscle that does not relax.
Tendinitis – Inflammation or irritation of a tendon — any one of the thick fibrous cords that attaches muscle to bone. This condition causes pain and tenderness just outside a joint.
Shoulder Sprains – Stretching or partial tearing of the ligaments and capsule that support the shoulder, specifically, the glenohumeral joint.
ACL Sprains – The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a ligament involved in knee stabilization. An ACL rupture can occur when the foot is planted and the knee twists to change direction.
ACL Tears – The anterior cruciate ligament; one of four major knee ligament necessary for comfortable knee movement, tears, causing major pain and causes the knee to “give out.” The knee ACL can tear for a number of reasons.
Ankle Sprain – The ligaments that hold the ankle bones in place can easily be overstretched resulting in ankle instability and pain.
Shin Splints – The tissue that attaches the muscles of the lower leg to the shin bone may be pulling away from the bone, or it may be inflamed from overuse.
Muscle Strains – Tears in muscle that cause pain and loss of function.