Personal Health : If a Shoe Doesn’t Fit, Don’t Wear It YOUR BODY and Big Feet / KATHLEEN DOHENY It’s a question a lot of women ask themselves: who has more problems: women with big feet or women with little feet? -According to a USC study, the Size 8s or larger have it. They are…

Female runner touching cramped calf at morning jogging. Achilles tendon pain or injury.

By Dr. Carol Frey Ankle braces can work wonders for female athletes. Sports injuries among high school athletes are estimated at a staggering two million each year with 500,000 doctor visits and more than 30,000 hospitalizations. Ankle sprains are the most common sports related injury and the most common acute injury in volleyball. A study…

The female anatomy plays a big part when it comes to injuries in sports. Read Dr. Carol Frey’s suggestions in her latest blog.  By Dr. Carol Frey Girls are different from boys in many ways. The female anatomy plays a big part. Parents of teens know these distinctions well. And the female anatomy affects their…

By Dr. Carol Frey Kneecap pain affects around 10 percent of active adolescent girls. Kids with this problem will usually complain of pain while running, walking stairs, or performing other activities that involve weight bearing with a bent, or flexed, knee. Most of the time the pain is in the middle of the kneecap. New…

John C. Hayes interviews Dr. Carol Frey Editor’s Note:. Carol Frey, MD, is a former NCAA Division I swimmer and an orthopedic surgeon. She is the Director of Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Surgery at the West Coast Center for Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine. Dr. Frey maintains close ties to the athletic swimming and sports…

Every athlete has experienced muscle fatigue. A tough game, a hard run, a long tennis match. It feels good while you are doing it, but the next day can be painful. Your body is screaming for recovery, and you should listen! Watching the many games the soccer players had to play over the last couple…

World Cup Fever The Soccer World Cup is in full swing in Russia right now. The biggest sporting event in the world features the best of the world. Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar. But with great games come harsh soccer injuries. And that’s often times due to overuse and acute traumatic injuries. Overuse injuries occur over time…

4/27/18 Blog Dr. Keith Feder/Dr. Carol Frey Todays Topic: Shoulders. How to recognize shoulder instability and how to treat it #strength #jointcapsule #shoulderpain #instability #rotatorcuff #ligaments #tendons #muscles #labrum Shoulder injuries can be tricky. The reason being: Muscles, ligaments, joint capsule, labrum, and tendons all surround the shoulder. In a way they work together in…

back pain in kids

Blog 4/15/18 Dr. Carol Frey. Dr. Keith Feder Topic: Back pain, inflammation, core strength, MRI, CT-Scans “Mommy, my back hurts”  Ice, anti inflammatory drugs, electric stimulation can reduce pain and inflammation in your lower back. Core strengthening, Yoga and Pilates can be helpful as well to heal an injured back  It’s not just Grandma that…

Ouch, it’s the ankle Coach! Every athlete knows, ankle injuries hurt. Whether you “roll” it or get stepped on, it’s almost always painful. Our athletic trainer team at Dr. Feder’s office in Manhattan Beach has some expertise in ankle injury prevention and in treating your ankle after an injury. We hope you find these helpful….

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