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
When you think of arthritis, creaky knees, stiff hips or painful, swollen fingers might come to mind. Millions of Americans have arthritis to thank for troublesome knees, hips or hands. But if your neck feels
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.
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.
Finally! School and sports are a go for many in the fall. That means it’s time to get kids connecting again and safely ready for play. It has been awhile, to say the least. The
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
Plano resident Steven Horne, 71, an avid golfer, felt himself limping along, trying to make do with a knee that continued to give him trouble. “When you can’t walk to your golf ball, it’s disheartening,”
When is the right time to have joint replacement surgery? The answer isn’t as cut and dried as you might think.
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.