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sports medicine

Powdered supplement? Be cautious

There’s no proven benefit to dry scooping—so don't try it, doctors say.

Patient Story

A painful pop

When a 14-year-old injured her knee playing softball, surgery and physical therapy helped her on the path back to playing sports.

Arthritis: Not an endgame for exercise

A sports medicine doctor shares his top tips for managing the condition and staying active.

Shake up your running routine

Training for a race? Follow these 5 tips to prevent boredom and make your exercise more effective.

Patient Story

‘The best thing ever’

After struggling for years to tackle basic tasks, this Michigan woman is back to hiking, golfing and water sports—all thanks to joint replacement surgery.

Explore the great outdoors

There's a host of health benefits to be had from an active afternoon in the sunshine.

12 tips to prep you for spring activity

Try these pro moves to spare you from sore muscles, injuries as the weather heats up.

Patient Story

‘I get to have my life back’

For one athletic Michigan mom, outpatient joint replacement brought a quick end to years of pain.

At-home office? Straighten up

A few simple tweaks to your work station can improve posture and keep those aches and pains at bay.

Keep your cool while running

A sports medicine specialist who treats elite athletes offers advice for how to optimize your training regimen through the dog days of summer.

Pickle-what? Pickleball

Explore these 5 top tips for safely playing America’s fastest growing sport.

Patient Story

‘I thought someone shot me’

Sheriff's detective Marcus Glover thought he'd been hit by a bullet. The culprit? A ruptured Achilles tendon. After a new type of surgery, he's back on the beat.