If ever there is a time to turn the focus on your health and wellness, the start of a new year is it. Sure we all want to start that new diet fad, but don’t forget about your muscles, bones and joints when considering how to get healthy in 2017. We’ve rounded up our top 10 posts from OrthoCarolina in 2016 to offer some insight from the experts as well as help educate you on how to keep your whole body healthy in this new year.
You may have heard of using cortisone shots to treat the issue, but Physician Assistant Kevin Casey with OrthoCarolina says there are a few things you need to know before going under the needle.
We talked to physical therapist Kristin Hietbrink at OrthoCarolina all about the difference between these muscle fibers, and how to train each.
Studies show about half of women age 50 or older will suffer a broken bone as a result of Osteoporosis, but fortunately we can start preventing bone density loss at any age. We spoke to OrthoCarolina PA Jennifer Suckow, who told us everything we need to know about the disease.
We chatted with Dr. Fehring all about hip pain issues women might encounter through various stages of our lives, how to prevent problems and when to talk to a professional.
We’ve interviewed several PTs at OrthoCarolina about the pros and cons of stretching, plus asked the Charlotte fitness experts to share their thoughts and stretches.
We sat down with Timothy Pysell, PA-C, who oversees OrthoCarolina’s team of Physicians Assistants, to find out more about Orthopedic Urgent Care.
Curious to see if the Standing Desk was merely a challenging fad, or truly sustainable and helpful for real life people, we circled back to ask Logan (PR Manager) and Tim (PA-C and Director of Physician Assistants) at OrthoCarolina.