Dr. Brian Cole discusses patient concerns about the effect of past, present and future activities on their problem. Educating the patient by addressing a problem
People talk about their metabolism a lot. You’d think they actually understand it. But often that’s not the case. Here are four things you should know
By Lisa Hoehn The Active Times Take a second to think about your gym routine (I’ll wait). Got it? Now, I bet you feel pretty
Around the start of each new year, advice abounds to help people adopt healthier lifestyles. The American College of Sports Medicine offers science-based guidelines: adults
Lisa Postlewait, Certified Occupational Therapist from Athletico discusses rehab from hand injuries and the objectives of Physical Therapy vs. Occupational Therapy.
Dr. Cole discusses continuing patient dialog and access to practice resources and education beyond the office visit.
A discussion with Dr. Charles Bush-Joseph on proper training and warm-ups for MLB players plus overuse and throwing injuries in young players. Dr. Bush-Joseph is
Dr. Annebelle Volgman, Professor of Medicine and Medical Director of the Heart Center for Women at Rush University Medical Center, discusses Atrial Fibrillation and other
Dr. Cole’s discusses the management of joint pain and problems in the elbow, shoulder and knee.
Steve Kashul and Dr. Brian Cole talk with Physical Therapist and Trainer Eric Mills from Athletico about Proper Conditioning and how to avoid Ski Injuries this Season.
Hypotheses: (1) There would be a high rate of return to sport (RTS) in NBA players following microfracture, (2) players would RTS the season following surgery,
Pain directly in the front of the knee is most commonly referred to as patellofemoral syndrome or anterior knee pain. The development of patellofemoral syndrome