The Rise of Pickleball Injuries & How to Avoid Them 

Posted on February 2, 2023 | Tagged:

An interview with Sports Medicine Surgeon, Dr. James Johnson  The Journal of Emergency Medicine published a study in 2019, stating that pickleball injuries were rapidly on the rise, reporting an estimated 19,000 pickleball injuries per year.  We interviewed Dr. James Johnson, Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgeon at Panorama, to explore why there’s been such a significant … read more

Shoulder “as good as new” after Rotator Cuff Surgery

Posted on August 17, 2022

A local entrepreneur’s recovery after rotator cuff surgery with Dr. Daniel Haber following a motor vehicle accident   Meet Michael Penhale: full time tattoo artist, owner of Curbside Skatepark, and owner of the food truck, Churro Face.  Since he was 11 years old, he has been a sponsored skateboarder in Colorado.  His passion for skateboarding has … read more

Physical Therapy Can Help Relieve Shoulder Pain

Posted on February 18, 2021

Shoulder pain is common, especially as we age. However, shoulder pain that limits your ability to function or enjoy life is not normal and should not be tolerated. Pain that limits your ability to raise your arm above your head or rotate your shoulder is called impingement or subacromial shoulder pain. Other names you may … read more

Protecting yourself During Golf Season: Common Golf Injuries

Posted on March 18, 2019

Golf injuries, believe it or not, are rather common, with injury rates ranging from 25% to 60% of players.  Although we see relatively few traumatic injuries compared to other contact sports, the repetitive nature of the golf swing places us at risk for many overuse injuries.  Individuals over the age of 50 and those with … read more