How Much Exercise Do You Really Need for a Longer, Healthier Life?

For many years, The American Heart Association and organizations such as the US Department of Health and Human Services have published physical activity guidelines outlining

Using Light Therapy To Treat Certain Medical Conditions

Sunshine makes people feel good. Consumers seek out products that simulate sunshine, like alarm clocks that wake them with a simulated sunrise, and therapy lamps

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

The Physical Demands of Gymnastics

Gymnastics is a popular sport for both men and women, with close to 5 million athletes participating in the sport in the US across all

The Relationship Between Inflammation and Your Diet

Inflammation is the body’s mechanism for healing itself. When your body encounters a virus, bacteria, or suffers an injury, it activates your immune system. The

How Much Exercise Do You Need for a Longer, Healthier Life?

For many years, The American Heart Association and organizations such as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services have published physical activity guidelines outlining

A Look Into One of The Fastest Growing Sports: Water Polo

Water Polo is one of the fastest growing sports in the USA at all age levels. The popularity and growth of the aquatic sport is

The Evaluation and Management of Concussions

Each year, there are an estimated 1.7 to 3.8 million traumatic brain injuries in the United States, and more than 20 percent arise due to

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

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