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What Is Myofascial Tissue and What Can Go Wrong With It?

Though you might blame pain on muscles or joints, the problems often start with myofascial tissue, thin layers of connective tissue that hold virtually every component of your body together. Certain factors cause these layers to tighten up.
Mar 1st, 2023

The Role of Hyaluronic Acid in Your Body

Chances are that most Americans hear about hyaluronic acid in association with skin care products. It’s a substance naturally made by your body as well as a component of synthetic supplements that assist much more than just skin health.
Feb 3rd, 2023

Why Does Weight Loss Improve the Symptoms of Arthritis?

Arthritis affects almost one-quarter of the American population. One lifestyle change that helps you cope with these joint diseases is weight loss, which reduces the demands on affected weight-bearing joints. Learn more here.
Jan 17th, 2023

Helping Young Athletes Stay Healthy All Season Long

The resilience of children makes it seem as though they’re ready for anything. When it comes to sports participation, you can help young athletes stay healthy all season long with planning and preparation.
Dec 1st, 2022

Are Your Shoes Causing Your Hip Pain?

There are a wide range of causes for hip pain, a common medical issue that can be both temporary or chronic. When you’re wearing the wrong shoes, they can bring on hip pain or aggravate an existing condition.
Nov 1st, 2022

Bad Habits That Are Making Your Shoulder Pain Worse

Pain in your shoulder can be more than a nuisance — it can bring your workday to a halt or make sleep next to impossible. It’s one thing when an accidental injury causes the problem and quite another when your own bad habits make shoulder pain worse.
Oct 1st, 2022

Can Hyaluronic Acid Save Your Joints?

As you age, it’s normal for parts of your body to lose moisture. Your joints can lose the substances that cushion, lubricate, and nourish — and hyaluronic acid is one of these. Injected as a supplement, hyaluronic acid can improve joint performance.
Sep 1st, 2022

Is Your Lifestyle Making Your Carpal Tunnel Pain Worse?

Popular perception says that office and factory workers are most at risk for carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), but this isn’t always true. CTS may result from medical conditions or lifestyle choices that can affect hand and wrist tissue. Learn more here.
Aug 1st, 2022

5 Reasons to Consider Injections for Myofascial Pain Syndrome

It’s normal for muscles to ache after a day of exertion, but there are times when pain goes on and on even though you’ve had time to recover. It could be a disorder called myofascial pain syndrome, and it has a surprising and effective treatment.
Jul 1st, 2022

How to Care for Your Elbow Injury Before Your Exam

Your elbow is a complex joint, not just a simple hinge. When you suffer an elbow injury, how you care for it before you receive medical attention may have an influence on healing and recovery. Consider these care tips for elbow pain.
Jun 1st, 2022

Arthritis After an Injury: What You Need to Know

Arthritis has many forms, the most common being osteoarthritis. When you’ve suffered an injury that affects a joint, you may develop a form of osteoarthritis called post-traumatic arthritis. Here’s what you need to know.
May 5th, 2022

Common Sports Injuries and How to Avoid Them

The physical aspects of playing a sport can often be the most interesting way to increase your activity levels. They can also increase your chances of injury. Sports injuries typically fall into several common types.
Apr 7th, 2022

These Factors May Be Contributing to Your Knee Arthritis

Your knees are the largest joints in your body and a common site of injury, pain, and arthritis. Certain lifestyle factors may be increasing the load on your knees, aggravating the complications of arthritis. Learn more here.
Mar 14th, 2022

What Warrants a Visit to a Sports Medicine Specialist?

You don’t need to be an elite level professional athlete to benefit from a sports medicine practice. The field is largely focused on musculoskeletal injuries, and these affect everyone — because life, even off the playing field, is about movement.
Feb 1st, 2022