New York resident Matt Ficarra has been paralyzed from the chest down since an accident three years ago, but that didn't stop him from walking down the aisle.
Keith Harris, 5, got to show off his new high-tech hand Friday as he exchanged high-fives with classmates at Mossman Elementary School in the Houston suburb of League City.
Tendons in the hand can thicken abnormally and develop tendinitis in people who text frequently using their thumbs, says a study published online in the American Journal of Physical Medicine &...
After a congenital disorder left her right leg useless, a British teen opted to have it removed. Now she wants to have part of her other leg removed to achieve her goal of competing in top-level...
Most athletes who undergo ACL reconstruction surgery do return to some form of sport, but only 55 percent will return to competitive level sports, an updated review suggests.
A former collegiate wrestler is looking to pin a dangerous opponent familiar to young athletes everywhere: concussions.
British researchers recently unveiled a proposal for a Breathalyzer test they say may lead to quicker concussion detection in athletes.