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  • The Importance of Rehabilitation

    The Importance of Rehabilitation

    Rehabilitation should not be considered an optional or luxury service for people with longterm impairments. Rather, it is a key strategy that ensures health and promotes well-being for patients of all ages. It helps people return to or maintain their daily activities and live fulfilling lives. Here are some of the important benefits of rehabilitation:

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  • Have a Wound That Won’t Heal?

    Have a Wound That Won’t Heal?

    A non-healing wound can be a constant source of annoyance, frustration, and pain. How fast your wound heals is a function of your overall health and how the wound has been treated. Chronic wounds usually don’t heal because something is interfering with your body’s ability to heal itself. Some of the factors that affect wound healing are:

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  • Tips for the Best Summer Workouts

    Tips for the Best Summer Workouts

    It’s okay to miss the occasional workout due to hot weather, but don’t let the summer season make you abandon your fitness goals & plans. Beat the heat with these tips to ensure you get the best out of your summer workouts: 

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  • Back Problem Bringing You Down?

    Back Problem Bringing You Down?

    A back problem such as severe back pain that has been going on for a long time can start to affect your mood and behavior. This in turn could affect your ability to cope with the back pain and how strongly you feel it. It is important to take control of your mental state to prevent your back problem from bringing you down.

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  • It’s Men's Health Month. How Healthy are You?

    It’s Men's Health Month. How Healthy are You?

    According to a CDC report, women in general are 33% more likely to visit a doctor than men. But with the pandemic spread of the novel coronavirus, it is critical that everyone should ensure they are healthy and any medical conditions are well controlled.

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  • What is Rapid Recovery Joint Replacement Surgery?

    What is Rapid Recovery Joint Replacement Surgery?

    There have been considerable advances in joint replacement surgery over the last decade. While in the past, you could expect to be in the hospital for at least a week after a joint replacement, today the right candidates may be discharged home on the same day as the surgery or after an overnight stay.

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  • Should I go to Urgent Care or the ER?

    Should I go to Urgent Care or the ER?

    Certain decisions are easy to make. For example, if your car breaks down you take it to a mechanic. If you need a haircut you go to a salon. With healthcare decisions it isn't always as clear about where to go. Have you been faced with this decision?

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  • What are Signs and Symptoms of Arthritis?

    What are Signs and Symptoms of Arthritis?

    May is designated National Arthritis Awareness Month to help more people successfully overcome the problems caused by this very common joint disorder.

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  • 7 Tips for Osteoporosis Prevention

    7 Tips for Osteoporosis Prevention

    Osteoporosis is a weakening and thinning of the bones. A relatively minor injury or fall can result in a fracture if you have osteoporosis. Spine and hip fractures commonly occur in people with osteoporosis, which can lead to severe disability.

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  • How to Prepare for Orthopaedic Surgery

    How to Prepare for Orthopaedic Surgery

    Have you and your orthopedic surgeon decided that surgery is the right call for you? If that's the plan of action, this article is designed to provide you with some very practical and useful tips to help make your life easier before and after the operation.

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  • American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
  • American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America
  • National Association of Secretaries of State
  • American Podiatric Medical Association