With a new year often comes a commitment to improving your wellness. Looking for a place to start? Because the health of your joints can impact your overall health, a focus on nurturing your joints
Cooler weather, shorter days and the approaching holiday season may provide plenty of reason to slip on healthy eating and exercise. But staying active and keeping to a healthy diet are some of the best things you can do for your joints now and all year long.
Within recent years, the number of joint-replacement surgeries has gone up, but not just among the older population. The number of Americans choosing joint-replacement surgery is increasingly moving toward a younger demographic. Research presented at
When is the right time to have joint replacement surgery? The answer isn’t as cut and dried as you might think.
You often hear stories of Olympic or professional athletes who heroically fight through pain or injury to secure a win. It’s not even uncommon to come across a story of your average marathon runner gritting
When preparing for joint-replacement surgery, it’s natural to have a lot of questions. How long will I be out? When can I drive again? Will I need to be in the hospital for a long
When joint pain begins to creep into your life, you may immediately think surgery is in your near future. But surgery isn’t always the only option; in fact, many people can delay surgery and find
Arthritis is a relatively common condition but it is still often misunderstood. For the nearly one in five adults in the United States who have arthritis, often the smallest tasks can be a big challenge,
When you think about arthritis, your brain may immediately think of elderly adults with swollen, painful joints, and who have trouble walking or tying their shoes. While arthritis does indeed cause problems for many older
Don Gustovich has been an active person his entire life, from his high school days of playing baseball, football and basketball, to a busy retired lifestyle that includes plenty of golf. At 69-years-old, he also