Treating Musculoskeletal Injuries

Musculoskeletal injuries can affect everyone – the young and old as well as weekend warriors and elite athletes. But receiving the right care and treatment can help you get back to your daily activities faster. These types of injuries are often related to overuse. Shoulder, knee and hip aches and pains are some of the … Continued

Cardiac Rehabilitation Leads to Stronger Hearts

According to the American Heart Association, 20 percent of people ages 45 or older will have a second heart attack within five years of their first one. But completing a cardiac rehabilitation program can improve the likelihood you’ll stay healthy and lower the risk of a repeat event. The goal of cardiac rehabilitation is to … Continued

What to Expect After Joint Replacement Surgery

Before undergoing joint replacement surgery, patients usually ask if it will reduce pain and improve mobility. They want to know if they’ll be able to get back to doing their favorite physical activities. Most of the time the answer is yes – as long as they commit to post-surgical rehabilitation to regain strength, mobility and … Continued

Is it Time for a Joint Replacement?

Hip or knee joint replacement surgery is considered the last line of treatment for joint pain. For some people, it’s the only way to alleviate arthritis-related pain that significantly affects daily activities, such as walking up and down stairs, putting on shoes and socks, and getting in and out of a car. If you find … Continued