A Syracuse University pledge may lose four fingers after being forced to crawl in the snow and perform late-night pushups, and two fraternity members face charges for the hazing stunt.
Austin Bertram was terrified that he had lost the use of his legs.
Three Austrians have replaced injured hands with bionic ones that they can control using nerves and muscles transplanted into their arms from their legs.
Combining technology and medicine can often help doctors overcome surgical roadblocks. See how doctors are using 3D printers to create and grow living cartilage for tracheal repair and replacement
Therapeutic tape reduces chronic muscle pain better than no treatment at all but isn’t better than other methods, according to a new analysis.
A Minnesota high school wrestler who became paralyzed after a freak accident during a match has learned to walk again, and now he is urging others not to rely on sport to carry them through life.
By the time Katie Knowles was 15, a rare spinal condition had caused her to lose the feeling in her toes, feet and thighs.
In a study of Dutch professional footballers, a bone deformity at the hip was much more common among men who started playing the sport at least four times a week before age twelve.
Dave “Scooter” Honig is almost 60 years old— and has no plans of slowing down. Thanks to a new wearable ultrasound device, he can be as active as he wants without worrying about his shoulder...
Chance Smith loves to paint and draw.