Feeling creaky? It could be something you ate! Find out how the food you eat each day impact your joint health — for better and worse.
Unlike the long, relaxing baths you take for self-care, ice baths are a quick dip in cold, ice-filled water to ease sore muscles after a hard workout. Here’s how to safely do it and how it can benefit your body.
From strains and sprains to tendonitis and carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist pain is all too common. But a certified hand therapist says relief is possible.
Hand arthritis can be extremely painful, limit your ability to move and sap your hand strength, but exercise is a natural antidote. These 16 movements can get you on the road to arthritis symptom relief.
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Studies suggest that 90% of knee and hip replacements still function well 10 to 15 years after they’re implanted, but recent joint replacement innovations may make them last even longer.
Joint cracking can be really loud. We’re talking up to 83 decibels — that’s about the same volume as a diesel truck going 40 miles an hour! Our experts explain why joints pop and if it’s cause for concern.
If you’ve ever been curious about compression socks, our foot surgeon weighs in on how to pick them and their numerous benefits.
If your collarbone hurts, it could be due to a variety of issues, from a fracture to an infection. Here’s what might be going on.
Ballet can do quite a number on your feet. Due to the amount of strain your feet endure during practices and performances, it’s important to keep your foot health “en pointe.”
Once a rarity, Tommy John surgery has taken on a mythical following for baseball players, especially pitchers. A sports medicine physician explains the truth behind this surgery.