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Build Healthy Bones and Joints the Right Way

Keeping your bones and joints healthy requires a bit of effort, but the rewards make the work extremely worthwhile. Follow these simple guidelines to start you on the road to good health from the inside out for years to come. Exercise Being stationary for a long period of time – when you watch TV or… Read More »

  • Posted on: Mar 15 2016
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Three Reasons NOT to Skip the Warm-Up

For many, the warm-up takes a back seat to the actual workout, either because of time constraints or the notion that the workout is the most important part anyway. But warming up is essential to a safe and effective workout because it serves to prevent injuries and improve performance. What’s more, it prepares you mentally… Read More »

  • Posted on: Feb 15 2016
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5 Safety Tips to Help Prevent Falls in Older Adults

As we age, physical changes, health conditions, and sometimes even medications make falls more likely. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in every three adults age 65 or older falls each year, and 2 million are treated in emergency rooms for fall-related injuries. To prevent falls in older adults,… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jan 15 2016
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How to Keep Your Knee Joints Healthy

Nothing can feel more debilitating than a bad knee, and when chronic knee pain affects the knee, it can have a significant impact on your overall health. Fortunately, general knee wear and tear can be managed successfully for many people. These steps can help you stay fit and free of pain. Maintain a healthy weight.… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2015
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Do You Need Joint Replacement Surgery?

Joint replacement is surgery to remove a damaged joint and replace it with a new one. Damage to joints in your knee, hip, or shoulder is caused by arthritis. You’ll know if you have arthritis because your joints will be painful and stiff. Sometimes you can manage pain from joint damage with physical therapy, changing… Read More »

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2015
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The AC Joint and What a Pain It Can Be

OK, so you were playing your beer league hockey game Friday night and you took a shot and then put your toe in a hole from the figure skaters who had the ice before your game. Down you went and you had your right arm outstretched in front of you. Now it’s Saturday morning and… Read More »

  • Posted on: Oct 15 2015
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Tips For An Injury Free Run

Is running bad for your joints? Some people avoid running because it, like any high impact activities, can be a little hard on your joints. However, running is a great way to stay active, maintain a healthy weight, and keep your cardiovascular system strong. If you are careful about when, where, and how you run,… Read More »

  • Posted on: Sep 15 2015
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Types of Arthritis

Arthritis is the inflammation of one or more joints which results in joint pain, swelling or stiffness of varying degrees. It generally occurs in elderly people as the risk of this disease increases with age, but it may also affect people of younger ages including children. It affects people from all racial and ethnic groups,… Read More »


What Does Rotator Cuff Surgery Involve?

A bad rotator cuff injury can be painful and even debilitating. When the connector tissue in the tendon separates from the bone or develops a tear, it can cause initial discomfort that develops into pain and gradually worsens. In extreme cases, it can even cause a loss of ability to fully use the shoulder. In… Read More »


How Can ACL Reconstruction Surgery Help You?

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction is a procedure that involves replacing the anterior cruciate ligament in the knee, often performed when the ligament is severely injured (or torn). Take a closer look at what exactly this procedure entails and how it can restore functionality to the knee. What Exactly is ACL Reconstruction Surgery? A torn… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 30 2015
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