Common Cycling Injuries

Cycling injuries can seem fickle and arbitrary. One minute, you might be enjoying a brisk ride along a beautiful country road. The next, your pain is unbearable. As a sports medicine physician, I see lots of injuries that are specific to certain sports or activities, and cycling is no exception. Here are a few of […]

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Muscle Imbalances: What to Do When One Side of Your Body is Sore

If you’re like most people, you work out to keep in shape and maintain a desired body shape. A common barrier to those goals can be muscle imbalances. The body tries to compensate for these muscle imbalances, which can lead to problems. In the shoulders and arms, this often leads to a diagnosis of Upper […]

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Use Caution If Pursuing STEM Cell Treatments for Osteoarthritis

The medical community is incredibly excited about the potential for stem cell treatments, and for good reason as medical breakthroughs for the treatment of osteoarthritis have not occurred in over 20 years. The regenerative properties of stem cells have shown potential to slow or change some of the factors that cause osteoarthritis in early nonclinical […]

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Aging and Exercise

Can you imagine what Venus Williams’ or Adrian Peterson’s workouts will be like when they are in their 50s? Even great athletes who wish to remain in peak physical condition must learn how to modify their activity as they age. As early as age 30 and by 40 at the latest, the body: Loses muscle […]

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