Sports Medicine & Exercise
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For young athletes motivated to do so, adding a running routine to their training can be extremely beneficial. Here’s how to do it safely.
Wearable technology is advancing quickly with great promise for improving health. What does the future hold?
With sports-related concussions, allowing ample recovery time and not returning to play too soon lead to the best outcomes for young athletes.
Many people book a visit to the doctor thinking that they have some kind of tear in their shoulder, when in fact they have biceps tendonitis.
When 17-year-old Kallen Zarembski noticed his swollen arm, he assumed it was a forgotten hockey injury, but behind the swelling was a rare and life-threatening condition called Paget Schroetter Syndrome.
Strong pelvic floor muscles are essential for almost every physical activity we undertake, including sports. Learn more about these core muscles and how to keep them strong.
High-intensity workouts aren’t your thing. Walking is more your speed. But is walking good enough exercise? The short answer is yes.
Traditional strength training in physical therapy is being altered with a technique that allows patients to build muscle strength faster using significantly less weight resistance.