As President Obama and his staff weigh what to emphasize in his fifth State of the Union address, the American College of Sports Medicine and
ACSM Fit Society Page: January 2014 Men’s Health
The theme of this issue is “Men’s Health“. Article topics?in this issue include physical activity with osteoarthritis, high-intensity interval training, low testosterone?and exercise, work-life balance,
Criticism of NEJM Flawed Meniscectomy Study
Let?s take a closer look at the recent?New England Journal of Medicine article?on arthroscopic partial meniscectomy,?says Brian Cole, M.D. Dr. Cole, Professor?in the Departments of
Injury Prevention Tips for an Extended Season
In-season training and conditioning can be a challenge for football players. After all, they?ve already endured rigorous offseason programs followed by preseason training camps in
Hydration, Equipment, Weather Conditions Are Keys To Safe Winter Sports
By Dev K. Mishra, M.D. President, Sideline Sports Doc Many families will be spending the December holidays in snow or cold weather.? Be sure to
ACSM Fitness Resolution: Every Body Walk!
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
What is Patellofemoral Syndrome and How Do I Get Rid of It?
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
If I Develop a Meniscus Tear, What are my Options and do I need Immediate Surgery?
A meniscus is a piece of c-shaped cartilage that functions as a shock absorbing cushion between the femur (thigh bone) and tibia (shin bone).? Each
Will I Be Able to Stay Active After a Knee Replacement?
Presented by Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush Total knee arthroplasty, or knee replacement, is a surgical procedure to treat advanced arthritis of the knee. Knee replacements