You may not be familiar with all we are able to offer, especially if you have found us while researching one specific injury. We hope that we’ve been able to provide all the information we can to help you feel confident in us.
Giving up some of your precious time to heal from your knee replacement is not a walk in the park. Though it’s not fun, it’s the reality for so many of us. And, once you wrap your head around what you need to do, being positive and diving into recovery can help you feel more in control.
If you’re like us, you’ve got plans for at least one ski vacation this season. But, if you’re a little rusty or learning to ski this year, there are some things to understand. Especially when it comes to people who are prone to leg injuries, or who have had past leg or knee injuries, it’s important to prepare accordingly. Keep reading to learn how to prevent injuries while skiing this year.
You might get some strange looks if you hobble up to a machine on crutches at your local gym. If you know what you’re doing then you don’t need to worry about the stares. The most important thing is that you do your research before you drive to your favorite gym without a plan.
There are two types of parents: those who are extra cautious, bring emergency snacks, and are seemingly prepared for anything. The other kind of parents are a little more fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants, relaxed, or even a little oblivious. We like to think we’re a little of both, balancing between the extremes (if that’s possible). We let our kids try new things, even encourage them to jump into art, music, or sports. Helping kids be creative and earn their confidence can help set them up for a great life. Sports in particular help kids learn about responsibility and teamwork.
If you’re a lover of sports and playing them, you probably understand that there’s a risk of injury. Those risks go up when your favorite exercise involves contact sport, too. If you’ve recently heard a “pop” in your knee, and are searching the internet to see what you might be dealing with, then keep reading. You may have torn a meniscus, so keep reading to see what to do.