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  • Exercises that Strengthen Your Joints

    Exercises that Strengthen Your Joints

    Exercise plays a vital role in strengthening your joints. The more you move your joints, the less stiff they will become. Bones and joints become strong when they are forced to bear weight greater than they are used to. This can be done by performing weight bearing exercises and high impact exercises such as weight lifting, bodyweight exercises, jogging, plyometrics, and aerobics.

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  • Should I Lose Weight Before My Hip Replacement?

    Should I Lose Weight Before My Hip Replacement?

    If you have been suffering from chronic hip pain and disability due to degenerative joint disease of the hip or an injury, a hip replacement can work wonders in terms of improved mobility, pain relief, and overall quality of life. Prior to the operation, however, your doctor may recommend that you lose some weight. What has one thing got to do with the other you might ask? Plenty.

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  • The Best Stretches to Prevent Hip Injuries

    The Best Stretches to Prevent Hip Injuries

    A hip injury can have devastating effects on your mobility, independence, and confidence. Conversely, when your hips are functioning at optimal levels, all your movements are enhanced. Stretching plays a very important role in preventing hip injuries.

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  • 4 Tips to Prevent Common Ski Injuries This Winter

    4 Tips to Prevent Common Ski Injuries This Winter

    Downhill skiing is one of the most exhilarating experiences you can have in the winter season. However, this fun-filled activity is associated with the risk of injuries that may include torn ligaments, broken bones, and serious head injuries.

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  • Robotic Joint Replacement (MAKOplasty) Has Many Benefits - Is it Right for You?

    Robotic Joint Replacement (MAKOplasty) Has Many Benefits - Is it Right for You?

    If you are looking for a way to return to physical activities that you enjoy but have had to give up on due to degenerative joint disease of the knees and hips, this state-of-the-art technology may be just the right option for you.

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  • The Consequences of Wearing High Heels and How to Prevent Them

    The Consequences of Wearing High Heels and How to Prevent Them

    We all know the perfect, pointy pair of 4-inch heels can make any outfit, but our high-heeled beauties can cause a lot of pain and damage to our bodies. Studies have shown that these towering shoes can take a toll on women’s spine, hips, knees, ankles and feet, and even alter their posture and gait.

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  • How Diabetes Affects Your Bones

    How Diabetes Affects Your Bones

    Diabetes is on the rise, with more than 24 million Americans being affected by the disease. What’s even more frightening is type 2 diabetes, which usually affects adults is now showing up in children. The complications caused by diabetes such as limb loss and heart disease are equally disturbing. In fact, 60% of all non-traumatic lower limb amputations performed in the US are due to diabetes.

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  • Tips to Prevent the Most Common Football Injuries

    Tips to Prevent the Most Common Football Injuries

    Football is arguably the top cause of school sports injuries in the US. The most common forms are traumatic injuries, concussions, overuse injuries, and heat-related injuries. A majority of these injuries occur while blocking and tackling. Here are a few preventive measures that can be adopted to minimize the likelihood of injury:

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  • Do I Need Physical Therapy ?

    Do I Need Physical Therapy ?

    Have you experienced a sports injury that is preventing you from taking part in activities you enjoy? Are you having difficulty with movement due to an increasingly sedentary lifestyle? Do you simply want to improve your physical ability without getting injured?

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  • Bone Health: 5 Tips for Taking Care of Your Bones

    Bone Health: 5 Tips for Taking Care of Your Bones

    The bone is the body’s major structural and supportive connective tissue, so it’s important to keep them strong and healthy. Our bones are in a state of constant flux. Old bone breaks down and new bone is formed. Up until the age of 30, the human body has the ability to create new bone faster than the amount of bone loss thus increasing the bone mass.

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