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.
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Spending lots of time hunched over your computer? You may develop a dowager’s hump at the base of your neck. Here’s how to prevent and treat it.
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We talked to an orthopaedic surgeon to find out if cracking your knuckles is all that it’s … well, cracked up to be.
Weak ankles are more susceptible to injury, no matter how old or fit you are. But these eight daily exercises can strengthen your ankles, improve stability, and cut down on injuries and sprains.
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