Posts filed under: Health

Timothy Gould, Contributor Imagine your average golfer. Is he or she lazily leaning on a golf club on the tee box? Are they slumped in a golf cart as they ride...
Jim Hyde, Contributor Lost in all of the attention being paid to the demonization of climate science by the Trump administration is the fact that all the sciences are being slashed....
Jeff Albertson, Contributor With the change of seasons and the excited pursuit of new activities that accompanies it, our sports rehabilitation clinic will see a rush of seasonal injuries like plantar...
Jim Hyde, Contributor Americans got a reprieve last week when the president decided to pull the American Health Care Act (AHCA) from consideration in the House. It was a stunning development...
Katie Spencer, D.P.T., Contributor At some point in our lives, a majority of us are likely to experience neck and back pain, including chronic muscle strains, persistent spinal malalignment, pinched nerves,...
Story submitted by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Sickle cell disease is one of the most common genetic diseases in the United States. It is estimated that more than...
Laurel Lakey, Contributor According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of four American adults age 65 and older experiences a fall each year. Many older adults...
Jim Hyde, Contributor The most charitable interpretation of November’s election result is that a minority of voters wanted change at any cost. And thanks to the arcane functioning of the Electoral...