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Many active individuals, ranging from weekend warrior types who enjoy exercise and recreational sports in their spare time to professional athletes to those with osteoarthritis, suffer pain and injuries that keep them from performing at their best and sometimes from performing at all.

Valley athletes doing on-field exercises during ACL Injury Prevention Clinic

Student-athletes from around the Valley got a chance to step on the Arizona Rattlers football field during the fourth annual ACL Injury Prevention Clinic at Talking Stick Resort Arena.

The clinic is a mixture of a classroom style lecture and on-field exercises put on by OrthoArizona, Spooner Physical Therapy and the Rattlers.

Arizona man back to his active lifestyle

“I’m able to walk around this entire place,” Patrick Hutchins said. “I’m able to go hiking again.”

Something Hutchins wasn’t able to do without being in pain. The active life he was use to got out on hold after hurting his left knee walking in between college classes two years ago.

Student Athletes Get Pro-Level Care

ABC15 came out to talk to OrthoArizona Dr. Shelden Martin about the new sports medicine program in the Chandler Unified School District.

The program will give student-athletes services that they would see playing at the collegiate level and tools to decrease injuries by providing education and prevention methods.

Arizona Woman Back in Action Thanks to her Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement Procedure

Charlene Linsalata loves being active. This includes doing things around the house and playing golf, but that wasn’t the case nearly two years ago.

“I was running and I didn’t clear the step,” Linsalata said. “I landed on the floor, on my shoulder, but I got right up because it didn’t really hurt.”

Students learning how to treat injured athletes on the high school sports field

“We’re bringing together the student athletic trainers, the head school athletic trainers, Dignity Health athletic trainers, team physicians and emergency medical technicians, who would potentially take care of a high school athlete that is injured on the field of play,” said Dr. Matt Hansen, OrthoArizona sports medicine specialist.