• Weight Bearing Progression After Ankle Surgery: What to Expect

    If you've injured your ankle playing sports, exercising or because of an accident, you may need surgery. You will need to be diligent in following your doctor's instructions to ensure a full recovery. Gradually putting weight back on your ankle is essential to regather strength at a healthy pace. 

    Learn more about weight-bearing restrictions and what to expect after an ankle operation.

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  • Cortisone Injections: How They Work, Side Effects and Recovery

    Many people experience joint pain, usually from sports, exercise, aging or various health conditions. There are many treatments to reduce or eliminate this pain, including cortisone injections, which deliver medication directly to the target area.

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  • Top Injuries Treated With Knee Arthroscopy

    Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure which uses flexible tubing to carry a small lighted camera and lens to the surgical area. This process allows for minimally invasive surgery, since the surgeon can see inside a joint or area with the camera instead of through larger incisions.

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  • How to Prepare for Orthopedic Surgery

    Whether the purpose of your procedure is to investigate an injury or repair damage to a joint, some preparation will help you get ready physically, mentally and practically for what's to come.

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  • 4 Cool-Down Exercises to Prevent Sport Injuries

    After an exercise session or sport practice, you feel pretty out of breath and tired. A cool-down is an essential part of your workout that you should do no matter how much energy you have left.

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  • How to Recognize If You Have Shoulder Arthritis: 7 Signs

    Your shoulders are full of many bones, ligaments, muscles and tendons that help the top half of your body function. Shoulder pain can arise from various conditions that affect the structures in your shoulders. Arthritis is a common cause of shoulder pain.

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  • The Differences of Hip Bursitis and Arthritis

    Are you having hip pain and don't know what the cause is? Are you confused between hip bursitis and arthritis? Your hips are an essential part of daily movement and support your body as it moves side to side, dispersing bodily weight where necessary.

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  • Hip Mobility Exercises 

    Mobility is one of the most important skills that an athlete can develop and maintain throughout their life. Good mobility can help to protect you against injury and ensure that you maintain good core strength and overall balance and health in the body. Luckily, there are many simple, at-home stretches and exercise conditioning programs that you can do on a regular basis in order to increase your mobility, as well as maintain it for years to come. While individual needs will vary, nearly everyone can benefit from integrating a mobility exercise practice into their everyday life.

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  • Common Yoga Injuries and How to Treat Them

    Yoga has become very popular as a gentle form of exercise, but many people don't realize that yoga can lead to many of the same injuries and strains as other types of exercise.

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  • 8 of the Most Common Hip Injuries

    When most people think of a hip injury, they immediately associate it with elderly individuals. Muscles are weaker and bones are more fragile, which leads to falling and hip injury. While older people and those with extra weight do tend to suffer more from hip injuries, hip pain can just as easily affect people of all ages and body sizes.

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