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Improving Posture: A Few Simple Steps
Poor posture has many detrimental effects on the body. Individuals often experience chronic pain in the back, neck, and shoulders, digestive issues, stiffness, and fatigue.  Poor posture can also lead to nerve compression, muscle atrophy, carpal tunnel syndrome, and sciatica. more »

From Morning Stiffness to Surgery
Millions of Americans suffer from from some degree of hip pain. You may have noticed a stiffness or discomfort in your hips in the morning, or experienced achiness or soreness after activities such as walking or jogging. This pain can more »

Cartilage Injury and Regeneration
A common condition in the United States, joint pain can be a serious hindrance to athletic activity as well as everyday life. An estimated two million American experience joint pain associated with cartilage injuries each year. Cartilage injuries can be more »

National Arthritis Awareness Month Is Here
With more than 50 million Americans (one in five adults) suffering from the chronic pain of Arthritis, May has been named National Arthritis Awareness Month. Why all the recognition? Arthritis is the number one cause of disability in our country more »

Marathon Training: On The Move With A Mission
Running a marathon is an incredible undertaking requiring discipline, passion, and lots and lots of preparation. For all the hard work that goes into preparing your body to run a marathon, the sense of accomplishment when you cross the finish more »

Hiking Safety 101
Walking on the treadmill in the gym, confined to the indoors, can get boring very fast. In order to make exercise a habit, it has to be enjoyable and fun. Hiking is a fantastic way to increase cardiovascular exercise while more »

Simple Movements To Relieve Body Pain
Whether you’re recovering from a sports injury or are simply experiencing the annoyances of physical pain from the daily grind of day to day living, there are a few simple movements you can try to help relieve your pain. As more »

Understanding Musculoskeletal Health: What You Need To Know
Musculoskeletal health refers to the overall health of the muscles and bones that comprise your body’s systems. Understanding the key elements that go into keeping your musculoskeletal system in working order is key to preventing sports injury, body pain, and more »

New Options in Total Joint Replacement (TJR)
Worldwide, over 1.2 million total joints are being done each year. Approximately, 800,000 of these total joints are done in the US alone. Americans are therefore the biggest consumers of this very successful technology. Traditionally, TJR is done in a more »

New Bloodless Protocol for Joint Replacement Surgery
knee replacement
AOSMI orthopedic surgeons have pioneered a new bloodless surgery protocol for joint replacement and other orthopedic procedures. Advanced Ortho Sports gives patients that they need in a number of areas, including sports medicine, joint replacement, spine care, fracture care, hand and more »

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