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How to Prevent and Treat Repetitive Strain Injuries
Whether swinging a hammer or a tennis racquet, or working at a computer all day, overuse syndromes are common and treatable.
4 Ab Exercises That Work Better Than Crunches
Is your go-to abdominal exercise the crunch? It may not be the best choice to get a flat stomach. Here are four alternatives to get those killer abs.
Sports Nutrition Supplements: Do They Work?
There’s no shortage of dietary supplements designed to enhance athletic and exercise performance. But which ones are proven to work?
What Parents Need to Know about Concussions
With sports-related concussions, allowing ample recovery time and not returning to play too soon lead to the best outcomes for young athletes.
Eliana’s Story: A Cautionary Tale about Long COVID in Kids
14-year-old Eliana Rosario is riding roller coasters this summer. After a bout of troubling symptoms, Eliana was successfully treated at the UH Rainbow COVID Recovery Clinic.
Blood Flow Restriction Technique Lightens the Load for Rehabbing Patients
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.
Safe Exercise During Pregnancy, from Yoga to Marathon Training
In most healthy pregnancies, regular exercise can provide important health benefits. Even intense exercise training is possible if you follow some basic safety guidelines.
Avoid Common Errors In Training for Your First Race
Unfortunately, as runners begin to train for their first running competitions, many become injured. Here are some of the most common running injuries and tips on how to avoid them.