Blog Posts in 2017

Preventing Heat-Related Illness in Athletes

As summer ramps up and temperatures do the same, athletes of all ages, sports types and levels are at a heightened risk for experiencing some degree of heat illness. In fact, heat-related illnesses ...
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Health Care Reform Is in Your Hands - and it Means Combating Inactivity

Unlike any generation before us, our world is in an age of information at our fingertips. Yet our country inches toward an unprecedented epidemic of chronic disease, and it begs some serious ...
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How to Exercise When You Have Arthritis of the Knees

Millions of Americans and their loved ones are intimately familiar with arthritis – the inflammation, swelling and stiffness that can take our once limber joints hostage at any time and cause ...
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Springtime Safeguards Against Knee Injury

The clocks are set forward, the temperature is starting to inch toward beach-worthy weather and the flowers are blooming. Spring is officially sprung, and with it comes a new and exciting season of ...
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Preventing and Reducing ACL Injury: a 'PEP' Talk for Every Athlete

Bert Mandelbaum, MD recently authored a blog for U.S. News & World Report about how the PEP Program helps prevent and reduce ACL injury for athletes. As an avid researcher and orthopedic surgeon ...
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Running and its Impact on the Knee Joints

To all the dedicated daily runners out there, AND everyone who has ever debated starting – listen up, because science has just produced some great news for you. Now, some folks might still ...
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