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Pain from an injury, surgery or health condition can have a debilitating effect on physical and mental health. Your doctor can help with treatment options.
When you experience a physical setback, the sooner you get back to moving, the better. Here's how to do it safely.
If surgery is in your near future, understanding exactly what will happen on surgery day and beyond will help you best prepare.
Joint pain alone doesn’t necessarily mean it’s time for a new joint. Learn more about the considerations from orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Karl Beer.
Knee surgery can be a great option for individuals with advanced knee degeneration, but there are several conservative therapies that you can try beforehand.
If joint pain is disrupting your lifestyle, reducing inflammation and moving safely are key for healing. Food and exercise can help.
Doctors are using stem cells from a person's own bone marrow to treat chronic joint or back pain. Here's how it works.
Fitness instructor Maribeth Ryan wants you to think beyond your abs when it comes to core strength. Here are three tips and moves to try today.
When a back brace didn't help Sara's scoliosis, Dr. Buerk recommended surgery. Six weeks later, the teen was back to running, dancing and musical theatre.
Some of the most common bone injuries happen in the warmer months. Dr. Lewis shares why trampolines are a common culprit and how to enjoy them safely.
A jammed hip joint can make stairs and squats painful. Physical therapist Bryon Renwand shares how he may treat this issue and which movements to avoid.