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How to Get In and Out of A Car After Knee Surgery

Listed below is a step-by-step approach on how to safely and efficiently get in and out of your car following knee surgery (on the passenger side).  You can modify your car seat position as needed to make this an easier process.  Having another person to assist will maximize your safety. Getting into car: 1.   Back up to the car so…

How to Step Up and Down a Curb with a Walker

Listed below are safety tips and step-by-step approach on how to carefully and properly take on the challenges of a curb while using your walker. Tips for walker: Walker should be the correct height for YOU. While arms are resting at the sides of your body, the handles of the walker should come up to the crease of your wrists…

Is Stem Cell Treatment effective in Treating Knee Osteoarthritis?

Science continually advances and in recent years the popularity of regenerative medicine treatments for musculoskeletal conditions has risen.  For issues such as knee osteoarthritis, this treatment theoretically offers the ability to restore and rebuild cartilage that would otherwise be lost forever.  Thereby, potentially avoiding a joint replacement surgery.  When one suffers from knee osteoarthritis, the cartilage that covers the ends…

Diet, Exercise, and Knee Osteoarthritis

The link between obesity and knee osteoarthritis is well-established in the literature and makes perfect sense when considering forces incurred at the knee joint during weight-bearing activity.  It is a classic cycle that far too many people face.  An obese individual has knee pain and are told they must exercise in order to lose weight to allow for less pressure…

Improving Quadriceps Control and Strength after Surgery

A recent systematic review published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine investigated treatments for arthrogenic muscle inhibition following anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction surgery. Quadriceps muscle inhibition (the inability to contract the muscle above your knee) is a common symptom following knee surgery in general. This is the result of neural inhibition of the joint sensory receptors, altered spinal…

The Health Benefits of Golf

Golf. What a game. A game that allows you to escape your day and relish in the beauty of nature, competition, and health.  Could it be a foggy morning where the ball goes into the mist but doesn’t seem to come down? Maybe the ball travels 20 feet further than you suspected due to a wispy hot wind. Possibly the…