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  • Favorite Holiday Foods that Are Good for Your Joints

    Favorite Holiday Foods that Are Good for Your Joints

    The holiday season is a time when most people indulge in festive foods in the company of friends and family. If you suffer from joint problems like arthritis, it can be a bit tricky trying to ensure you avoid foods that can exacerbate age-related wear and tear in your joints.

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  • Does Nutrition Play a Role in Recovery?

    Does Nutrition Play a Role in Recovery?

    Proper nutrition is the strong foundation on which to rebuild your body after sustaining injury or when recovering from orthopedic surgery.

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  • Fall Hunting Safety Tips

    Fall Hunting Safety Tips

    Tree stand hunting is a particularly enjoyable hunting style that is quite popular. Nothing quite matches the thrill of anticipating the approach of the game from your vantage point on a tree stand. If the pounding of your heart doesn’t interfere with your aim, the target should be right in front of you allowing for a quick and humane kill.

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  • Latest Non-operative Treatments for Hip Arthritis

    Latest Non-operative Treatments for Hip Arthritis

    The hip joint is a major weightbearing joint that is susceptible to osteoarthritis, which is characterized by wear and tear of the slippery cartilage tissue that facilitates smooth joint movement. Loss of cartilage results in pain, swelling, and inflammation of the hip joint. The condition tends to gradually worsen over time and is one of primary causes of disability in the US. According to research statistics, about half the US population above the age of 65 years suffers from some form of arthritis.

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  • 10 Tips to Avoid injury while Training for a 10k, Half or Marathon

    10 Tips to Avoid injury while Training for a 10k, Half or Marathon

    Establishing good running habits are very important when training for a marathon or else you might get injured. A couple of weeks into your training is when all the work you have done starts to catch up with you. The injuries will feel like they came out of nowhere – One minute you’re running great and suddenly your IT band explodes in pain, or you pull your calf muscle, or get a sudden hamstring injury.

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  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • American Medical Association
  • American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons
  • Mid-America Orthopaedic Association
  • Michigan Institute for Advanced Surgery Center