The hands and wrist are important parts of the body, enabling one to undertake everyday tasks with ease and great mobility. But, when the wrist is injured, even the simplest… read more →
When running, the muscles that work the most are your quads, hip flexors, hamstrings, glutes and calf muscles. So, for marathon runners, sprinters, and joggers alike, it’s often too easy… read more →
If you’re in a caregiver role to an older adult who needs orthopedic care, or will likely need orthopedic care soon, here are a few tips to help ensure they receive the orthopedic treatment they need.
Whether you’re a professional player or an amateur shooting a game of hoops with friends, playing basketball makes you susceptible to injuries related to this particular sport. When you think… read more →
The Shoulder Joint A ball-and-socket joint, your shoulder gives you the ability to reach high and low, behind and in front of you, throw, catch, and perform an innumerable number… read more →
According to a recent report from the CDC, 1 in 5 adults suffer from chronic pain.