How To Squeeze Exercise into a Daily Routine

According to research from the Global Wellness Institute, U.S. consumers spend more money on physical activities than any other country in the world – a gigantic

How to Avoid and Treat Common Sports Injuries

In 2021, 3.2 million people were treated in emergency departments for injuries involving sports and recreational equipment according to the national safety council. The activities most frequently

Five Ways to Stay Healthy at Home

Gym memberships offer a lot, but they aren’t for everyone. For some, the prospect of getting dressed and driving somewhere to sweat with others prevent

Is Exercise Harmful or Beneficial if You Have Epilepsy? 

Epilepsy is one of the most common diseases that most young people struggle with today. Even though the world is better educated on the causes

Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

The benefits of exercise are well-documented and undisputed. There’s no doubt that physical activity can positively impact health and decrease the likelihood of developing many

Student Athletes: Five Tips for Combining School, Sports, and Social Life

When school-aged children get very involved in a sport, the problem of balancing schoolwork arises. It can be an impossible task to combine frequent long

Osteoporosis: Understanding the Risk Factors

Osteoporosis, a Latin word for “porous bones,” is a condition that makes bones weak and brittle. While healthy bones have small honey-comb like spaces, osteoporosis

What is a High Ankle Sprain?

In this week’s episode of the Sports Medicine Weekly Podcast, Dr. Brian Cole is joined by Joshua James, DPT, CSCS from Rush Physical Therapy to

Don’t Ignore Your Mental Fitness

Exercise has been an often-neglected source of intervention in the treatment of mental healthcare, in spite of this lifestyle modification having proved cost-effective in improving

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