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  • The Best Football Stretches

    The Best Football Stretches

    With the official National Football League Season kicking off in a couple of weeks, there is undoubtedly a lot of excitement in the air. Hopefully, injuries to star athletes will not play a decisive role in the outcome of the games this season.

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  • The Importance of Prehabilitation Prior to Hip Surgery

    The Importance of Prehabilitation Prior to Hip Surgery

    Often, a hip injury or a degenerative joint condition of the hip will cause you to move the hip joint less. This will naturally result in weakening of the surrounding hip musculature. The problem with your hip may be rectified with surgery

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  • Protect Your Young Athletes from Injury

    Protect Your Young Athletes from Injury

    Children can learn a lot from participating in sports. The qualities of hard work, discipline, and good sportsmanship are of great value not only in the sporting arena, but also in the game of life.

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  • Am I a Candidate for Stem Cell Therapy?

    Am I a Candidate for Stem Cell Therapy?

    In recent years, stem cell therapy has generated a lot of buzz in the field of Orthopedics. An ever-increasing number of athletes and active individuals are turning to stem cell therapy to recuperate faster after injury and return quickly to activities they enjoy.

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  • How Do I Know It's Time for Surgery?

    How Do I Know It's Time for Surgery?

    Orthopedic surgery helps millions of people with debilitating injury or disease return to their active lifestyles every year.

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  • Beat the Heat: Tips to Exercise in the Summer

    Beat the Heat: Tips to Exercise in the Summer

    The summer time offers you an opportunity to get out of the gym and exercise in the great outdoors.

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  • Hip Resurfacing Treats Arthritis in Men

    Hip Resurfacing Treats Arthritis in Men

    Hip resurfacing involves the replacement of the damaged surfaces of the bones that form the hip joint. These surfaces are the outer layers of the top of the thighbone and the cup-shaped socket of the pelvis to which the thighbone is connected.

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  • What You Should Know About Sports Nutrition

    What You Should Know About Sports Nutrition

    Nutrition plays a key role in improving athletic performance. You cannot expect to make any sustained progress in sports if you are not eating the right quality and quantity of food.

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  • Top 5 Benefits of Staying Active

    Top 5 Benefits of Staying Active

    Staying active is the key to health and happiness at all ages. By spending more time on the playground or participating in sports, kids not only benefit physically but also develop the self-confidence and focus needed to perform better at school.

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  • Preventing Osteoporosis

    Preventing Osteoporosis

    Approximately 10 million people over the age of 50 have osteoporosis of the hip in the United States. It is estimated that by 2020, one out of every two Americans over the age of 50 may be at risk of developing osteoporosis of the hip or any other site in the skeleton.

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