Many of us are working from home right now, and your workspace may look a bit different than what you’re used to at the office. Maybe you’re working from the kitchen table with a hard
Popping backs, knees that crack when you stand up, wrists that snap when you rotate them— we’ve all had experience with talking joints. But what are they trying to say, and should you be concerned? We
There’s nothing like getting back outside in the sunshine after winter starts to fade and spring bursts into bloom. High school and collegiate athletes eagerly return to baseball and softball fields, tennis courts, golf courses
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
If you suffer from back or neck pain, you know it’s no joke. Artificial disc replacement can get you mobile and active again with minimal pain or discomfort.
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
Julie Yater loves to keep moving. She and her family scuba dive; she runs and plays tennis. It’s safe to say the 49-year-old teacher, cheerleading coach and mother of two leads an active, busy life.
Cooped up? Make sure your muscles aren’t. All of us staying at home more can help stop the spread of COVID-19 by limiting exposure to the virus. But doctors warn that this is not the time to stop
Hard as it is to admit, we humans are prone to injury, and the more active we are, the likelier we are to hurt ourselves at one point or another. The good news is there’s
Do you feel like your joints are aging faster than you? You’re not alone. Truth is the number of joint replacement surgeries has gone up in recent years, but not necessarily among older Americans. Instead,