Five Low-Impact Exercises for People with Bad Knees

Every area of your life can be negatively impacted if you have knee problems, whether your knees are excruciatingly painful or simply not working as

The Most Common Pickleball Injuries

In this episode of Sports Medicine Weekly, Dr. Cole welcomes Rush physical therapist Brandon Abonce to the podcast, to talk about pickleball injuries, and how

How Athletes Can Resolve Lower Back Pain

More than 80 percent of us have experienced lower back pain at some time in our lives. Lower back pain is a sign that you

Common Concerns About Sports Injury Treatments

You felt good when you woke up. You’ve been planning on pulling a new deadlift PR for weeks. Breakfast was two eggs, oatmeal, and a

Swimming Injuries: 4 Tips for Prevention and Recovery 

Swimming involves physical strength and movement of the entire body. This intense activity can lead to fatigue or injuries. However, the intensity and frequency of

Walkers and Runners — Tips for Keeping Your Feet Healthy

As a walker or a runner, you demand a lot from your feet. From the moment you rise from bed in the morning till you

Wear the Right Basketball Shoes to Avoid Injury

Basketball shoes are one of the most critical pieces of equipment for a basketball player. They can either make or break your game; if you

Ten Simple Ways to Make Your Body More Resilient 

Injury can occur in almost any time. It can occur when you are walking on the street and hurt your ankle, or when you strain

Ten Things You Can Do to Ease Age-Related Back Pain

Adults aged 50 years or older are prone to back aches and pain, especially in the lower part of the back. They may start experiencing

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