Watch the videos below to learn about common orthopaedic conditions.
Learn about Tommy John surgery, cubital tunnel release, tennis elbow, elbow arthritis, and more.
Foot and Ankle Videos
View videos about common foot and ankle treatments, including ankle fracture surgery, ankle replacement surgery, arthroscopic ankle repair, and more.
Watch animations of common hand treatments, including ganglion cyst removal, wrist arthroscopy, carpal tunnel release surgery, and more.
Explore how common hip treatments are performed, including hip arthroscopy, periacetabular osteotomy, total hip replacement, and more.
Get detailed information about common knee problems that our orthopaedic surgeons treat, including ACL and MCL tears, knee arthritis, meniscus tears, and more.
Understand how our orthopaedic specialists treat shoulder problems, including information about shoulder arthroscopy, rotator cuff repair, shoulder replacement surgery, and more.
Check out videos related to common spine injuries, such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and other causes of back pain.
Balance Training with Duke Sports Medicine
Learn how to improve your balance with a progression of exercises.
Hamstring Strengthening with Duke Sports Medicine
Learn how to properly strengthen the group of muscles known as the hamstrings.
Plyometrics Training with Duke Sports Medicine
Learn how plyometrics develops strength and power, as well as preventing injury.
Common Injuries in the Young Athlete
Andre C. Grant, MD, of Duke Orthopaedics of Raleigh discusses common sports injuries in children.
Core Strengthening with Duke Sports Medicine
Your body's core muscles are essential for a strong and healthy body. Duke Sports Medicine experts show you how to improve your core strength with an exercise called table top.
Hamstring Stretching with Duke Sports Medicine
Many people incorrectly stretch their hamstrings. Learn how to properly stretch your hamstrings with tips from the experts at Duke Sports Medicine.
Proper Running Form with Duke Sports Medicine
Paying attention to proper running form is crucial to preventing injury. A good exercise to help with proper running form is side-lying leg lifts. Get tips from the experts at Duke Sports Medicine.