Practicing self-care doesn’t just improve your mental health but affects you physically as well. According to the National Council for Mental Wellbeing, self-care can reduce your chances of developing heart disease, stroke, and cancer. A national survey also found that Americans reported improved self-confidence, increased productivity, and greater happiness when they were actively engaging in […]
When it comes to indulging during the holidays, the good news is that with a little bit of planning, it’s possible to minimize joint pain and inflammation. Here are a few simple tips to make sure you feel your best.
It’s important to be aware of the potential causes and symptoms of osteoarthritis, and what you can do to lessen your chances of developing the condition. Doing so will not only support your physical capabilities today but can help set you up for a successful and active tomorrow!
Hiking comes with fresh air, beautiful views, and many physical benefits. Going on regular hikes will not only satisfy the explorer in you but can also help strengthen your muscles and bones, improve your balance and cardiac health, and can even decrease your risk of developing respiratory disease.
Rotator cuff tears become increasingly common as you age. If you require rotator cuff surgery, here’s an overview of what to expect immediately and in the months after your surgery.
Reverse shoulder replacement surgery is becoming an increasingly viable option for patients with large rotator cuff tears or advanced arthritis disease. Here’s why it’s becoming so popular.
With pickleball’s sudden increase in popularity with players of all ages and activity levels, there has been a growing number of pickleball-related injuries. These are the most common injuries and how to play safely.
The shoulder joint is incredibly important in our day-to-day lives. When the joint feels off, how do you know if you have shoulder instability?
Patients with osteoporosis are encouraged to stay active, but how can they exercise safely? Check out this list of tips so you can exercise with confidence and stay moving.
If you do immediately associate sports medicine with elite athletes, you’re not completely wrong. However, athletes are not the only patients that sports medicine specialists work with.
Ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) continue to rise in popularity. What makes ASCs so popular for surgery and what are the benefits of pursuing ASC-capable solutions that can be performed there?
There’s no “miracle diet” that can resolve arthritis or joint pain. However, some foods when combined with a treatment plan can help manage pain.