How to Use Crossfit to Overcome a Brain Injury

Today, I want to chat about brain injuries and Crossfit. Mike has been on the blog before where he shared his traumatic brain injury story.  After he shared his story, I wanted to get him […]

Shoulder Problems?

It May be All in Your Genes Friday, February 27, 2009 – Anthony J. Brown, MD – Reuters UK People may inherit a genetic predisposition to rotator cuff injury, according to a study presented Thursday […]

Knee Problems of the Super Obese

The knee joint is especially vulnerable to injury in both healthy-weight active people and those who are overweight. But until today’s Mayo Clinic presentation, no one had published results of what happens to knee implants […]

Fractures, Calcium, Vitamin D and Exercise

Important Facts for People Over 50 Wednesday, February 11, 2009 – Richard S. Buker, Jr. MD – Liberty County Times Several excellent studies have recently been published in the medical literature the past few months […]

Keeping up with the Bones’s

She’s Young, She’s Beautiful and Full of Life, So why is Catherine Spillane Being Checked out for an Age-related Disease? Wednesday, February 11, 2009  – Ann Coogan – Osteoporosis is most commonly associated with […]

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