Fibromyalgia doesn’t have to rule your life. Coordinated care from a team of experts can help you take charge of this chronic pain condition.
Improving your core strength and flexibility is important in golf, as it can help prevent or minimize trauma to the low back, as well as improve your performance.
The percentage of Americans with osteoporosis who are women is a whopping 80 percent -- totaling more than 35 million people. What's the message for women? Mind your bones!
Cleveland Clinic Sports Nutritionist, Katherine Patton, MEd, RD, LD, CSSD, offers advice for healthy dining out, whether at an ethnic restaurant, steakhouse, pizzeria or fast food establishment.
If you tear your anterior cruciate ligament, you may be able to avoid surgery. The majority of isolated ACL tears can be treated with physical therapy alone, says a new study.
One in three adults over the age of 65 experiences a dangerous fall each year. Commonly, falls are caused by arthritis pain in the hips, knees or ankles. Here’s how to reduce your risk.
Running can be a fun and satisfying way to stay active. A sports medicine physician talks about starting out a running program — and working your way up to the long run.
“Minimally invasive” always sounds good. But when it comes to knee replacement, the short-term benefit may not outweigh the potential risk of this more complex surgery.
The number of people with chronic joint pain is growing. Cartilage grows until about age 25, then slowly wears over the rest of our lives. What can you do if you experience chronic joint pain?