Some people seem to confuse lower COVID-19 risk with no risk. But the outdoors aren’t magic, and you should still take precautions. Months into the
Restarting sport and fitness activity with too much intensity and too much training load is s setup for an overuse injury; Lessen your chances for
Is it safe to return to the gym? As a growing number of communities ease the stay-at-home mandates they had put in place to mitigate
For men at least, entering middle age with plenty of muscle may lower the later risk of developing heart disease by more than 80 percent.
Lacing up your running shoes and heading outside for a jog is a great way to manage the stress of everything happening in the world
Bananas are nature’s version of candy: they’re so naturally sweet that they make anything you pair them with taste like dessert, albeit a much healthier version
This Podcast features ACL Specialist, Cindy Krebsbach from Athletico Physical Therapy, talking about how to reduce your risk of ACL injuries. Cindy discusses with Dr.
Jane Rosen began yelling sometime in April. By May, it had become routine. The incidents usually occur near her minivan, which she parks alongside Central Park
Plus, why you need to incorporate both into your diet. Over the past few years, the gut—and the trillions of bacteria inside it—has been getting
This Podcast features Karen Malkin from Karen Malkin Health Counseling joining Steve and Dr. Cole to discuss her RE-APPROACH to STRESS DURING A PANDEMIC. Stress
This Podcast features Eric Krol from Athletico Physical Therapy joining Steve and Dr. Cole to discuss repetitive-overuse injuries in throwing athletes. With opening day come
This Podcast segment of ‘Ask the Doctor’ addresses questions submitted by Sports Medicine Weekly followers. Dr. Brian Cole and Steve Kashul discuss the above topics: Sports Medicine Weekly on