Many summer sports, like tennis and swimming, are prone to shoulder pain and injury. In fact, two million patients visit a doctor for rotator cuff injuries each year and 250,000 get surgery each year in the US.
Have you ever wondered about those funny-looking almost-socks you see people wearing in the gym? You know, the kind that start above the ankle and end below the knee? They’re known as compression wear, and they are designed to improve performance and reduce the risk of injury during exercise.