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LeBron James v Stephen Curry

LeBron James v Stephen Curry The Stone Clinic
You watch the ball. I watch the knees. Here is what I see:

The MCL Injury

The MCL Injury The Stone Clinic
The MCL is in the news. When Steph Curry’s knee stopped the fall of JaVale McGee in the game against the Atlanta Hawks, his knee bent inward with the tibia moving toward the opposite leg and the femur moving outward. A fibrous ligament, called the Medial Collateral Ligament, gave way. Here, anatomically and biologically, is what happened:

Steph Curry’s Ankle — Part 2

Steph Curry’s Ankle — Part 2 The Stone Clinic
The questions most often asked by athletes, coaches, trainers, and of course fans are, “What can be done to speed healing?” “What can reduce the re-injury rate—and are there permanent solutions?”
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