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orthopedics

Want healthy joints? Do these 10 things

Treat your hard-working body to some R&R with these helpful tips from a doctor who knows.

Pack the right footwear for summer vacations

The type of holiday you go on will determine the type of shoe you need.

The sitting epidemic

Could corporate America keep employees from having their butts glued to their chairs for nine to 10 hours a day?

The dynamic duo: calcium and vitamin D

These two nutrients partnered together are the recipe for strong bones.

After knee replacement, play on

Leaving persistent pain behind, athletes get back to enjoying life again post-surgery.

Neck hazards: Football, cycling, lifting

Proper gear is essential to mitigate harm, but you should always know your athletic abilities and avoid placing yourself at unnecessary risk, doctors say.

Slip and fall? You’re not alone

Clinic that streamlines treatment from snow to specialist raises the alert that weather-related injuries are spiking this year.

Brace yourself

An orthopedic surgeon's new shoulder brace design could be a game-changer for those with shoulder pain.

Not your grandad’s arthritis

New research suggests chronic joint pain afflicts more young people than once suspected.

Healing power of housework?

In your 60s and beyond, even moderate activity around the house can improve your physical health.

Patient Story

Stepping out with a new hip

Mary Howell had no idea how quickly she'd rebound from her joint replacement surgery.

Patient Story

A leg up on 88

Retiree and world traveler Dorothy Zoellner is using a positive attitude and determination to fight back from a complex leg fracture.