Staying Active with Osteoarthritis

Many people are hesitant to exercise after they’ve been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, because they’re afraid that it’s going to cause them more pain. However, exercising and staying active is a … More…

blog 12.19
Nov
14
2014
blog 11.14

The process of recovering from an ankle sprain varies greatly from person to person, and can depend on the circumstances leading to the injury and the tissues involved.  Injuries that … More…

Nov
13
2014
blog 11.13

Dr. Joseph Feinberg, Physiatrist-in-Chief, offers his expertise on sciatica. Sciatica is the term typically used to describe the symptoms of radiating pain, usually from the buttock region down the leg. … More…

Nov
12
2014
blog 11.12

In this week’s installment of Ask the Expert, Rheumatologist Dr. Theodore Fields discusses treatments for early inflammatory arthritis. Q1. What are the common signs and symptoms of arthritis? Hospital for … More…

Nov
7
2014
11.7 Blog

When you think of CrossFit, you probably think of barbells and tire flips. What about hula-hoops and summersaults? More and more CrossFit locations are offering classes for children as young … More…

Nov
6
2014
11.6 Blog

Dr. Julia Kim, Clinical Psychologist, discusses the role that the brain plays in understanding the experience of pain. Pain is not all in your head – but part of it … More…