Six Ways to Reduce Joint Pain

By Dr. Andrew Kim

When your hip or knee joints hurt, even the simplest daily activities are difficult. Over time, this can lead to missed work, lower activity levels ...

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What to Expect After Joint Replacement Surgery

By Karen Granato, PT, MPT, OCS, ATC

A lot of people think the hardest part is getting through surgery. But the real work doesn’t begin until afterward. Here’s what to expect during ...

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Is it Time for a Joint Replacement?

By Dr. Brett Levine

If you find yourself unable to perform simple tasks after trying more conservative treatments, it may be time to consider a joint replacement.

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Is There a Right Way to Give Birth?

By Dr. Kinley Berger

There are many options for labor and delivery. The thing to remember is there’s no right or wrong way to give birth.

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Getting Help for Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders

By Linda Huelke-Pfleger, MS, LCPC

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders can develop anytime during pregnancy or the first year after giving birth. Although there’s no single thing that causes PMAD, ...

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Tips to Stay Healthy During Pregnancy

By Dr. Linda Anderson

A healthy pregnancy starts even before you get pregnant. Start by making an appointment with your doctor for a full exam, blood work and lab ...

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Windy City Live: Stroke Awareness Month

By Healthy Driven Chicago

May is National Stroke Awareness Month so our focus is on helping people learn more about the life-threatening condition.

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The Link Between Diet & Migraines

By Dr. Yonghua Michael Zhang

Millions of Americans are affected by migraines. For many of them, diet plays a role in the frequency and severity of the attacks.

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Stop a Migraine in its Tracks

By Dr. Arkadiy Konyukhov

Although there is no cure for migraines, there are several effective treatments available to help prevent and alleviate symptoms.

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