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The Most Common Rowing Injuries & Getting the Right Diagnosis

posted on WED, SEP 20 2017 by Center for Diagnostic Imaging

Rowers put a unique kind of strain on their bodies. If you watch from the shore it looks as though they are gliding across the water, but get in the boat and you’ll see exactly the kind of precise, one-sided, repetitive movement that can lead to full-blown injury. Dr. Erik Brand, a sports medicine specialist, treats a lot of athletes with rowing injuries. From the shoulder to the knee, the rib or the low back, his goal is to diagnose the pain, treat it, and get his patients back to the sport they love. Here’s how he says rowers can get the answers they need to get back out on the water:

Have you been living with a sports injury for years? Click here to find out what our experts have to say about when to ignore the pain and when it’s time to ask for help. 

About Dr. Durkee
N. Jarrod Durkee, M.D. is a fellowship-trained radiologist at Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI), serving our outpatient centers in Bellingham, Federal Way, Lakewood and Puyallup. He is board-certified by the American College of Radiology and specializes in musculoskeletal radiology. Read his full bio here.  

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