Sports Medicine & Exercise
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From Nordic poles to safely adding weight, learn simple ways to maximize the impact of walking without too much effort.
Regular physical activity has many health benefits. But it’s not just about aerobic exercise. Strength-training is important too.
A testimonial from the family of two teenage siblings who received “exceptional physical therapy” care from University Hospitals Rehabilitation Services and Sports Medicine.
There’s no shortage of dietary supplements designed to enhance athletic and exercise performance. But which ones are proven to work?
Low back and neck pain is often a result of strained muscles that support the spine. Learn about treatment, prevention and when to call a specialist.
A cold beer may sound enticing after sweating through a workout or race event. But alcoholic beverages are not a healthy post-exercise drink.
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?