Article featured on Healthline Any kind of exercise is good for you, but working out in groups may give you a little extra boost. Do you like to hit the gym, road, or trail by yourself? Or do you thrive in a crowded group fitness class with everyone breathing, moving, and toning in sync? No […]
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Here’s why we should give praise to elbows and do all we can to protect them. The human experience would be quite different without elbows.
Article featured on Cleveland Clinic Hip flexor strains are painful, and it can be frustrating to sit out from a sport for a few weeks. The good news is that you can treat them at home with rest, icing and over-the-counter medicine. What is a hip flexor strain? A hip flexor strain is an injury […]
Article featured on Summit Ortho You’ve finally done it — you’re off the couch and out on the running trail. You’re excited to begin your running journey, and the first few days feel pretty good. But then, you start to notice pain on the front of your shin. Your shins begin to feel more and […]
Getting enough movement into your week if you have a sedentary job can be very challenging. Find out ways to help improve that.
Have you noticed a sharp pain that’s been radiating down your leg? If so, you may be experiencing a herniated disc or damaged nerve.
Most popping cases are not detrimental to your physical health. However, if left untreated, they could cause mobility complications.
Article featured on The Noyes Knee Institute Knee pain can result from overexertion, injury, or medical conditions like arthritis. This pain hinders daily activities like walking, decreasing your overall productivity. At Noyes Knee Institute, we’ll treat your knee pain to improve your quality of life. Here are some red flags that necessitate seeing an orthopedic […]
Chronic neck pain can be debilitating, interfering with your ability to work and enjoy life to the fullest. If conservative treatments haven’t helped relieve your symptoms, it may be time to consider surgery.
Arthritis is a long-term (chronic) condition that causes joint inflammation. When you’re living with arthritis, a simple task, such as tying your shoe or buttoning your shirt can become a challenging one.