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How to Tell If Your Broken Toe Is Actually a Big Deal
Oct 19, 2017
Anyone who has ever broken a toe knows how much pain such a 'little' injury can cause. But what are the signs that it in fact a broken bone, and not just a badly stubbed toe or bruise? Hoag Orthopedic Institute foot and ankle specialist Dr. ...
How to Stay Active as You Get Older
Oct 6, 2017
A new study found that men who are physically active in their 40s and 50s are more likely to remain active as they age. That's great news and affirmation for those who live an active lifestyle, but are their any considerations that should be made ...
Is Barefoot Training Ever a Good Idea?
Oct 4, 2017
When weight training, should you ever go sans shoes? SELF Magazine examined the pros and cons of barefoot training in a recent piece, and they spoke with HOI foot and ankle expert, Dr. Kolodenker, who shared his perspective. Read below to learn more, ...
How Much Does Strength Training Really Increase Metabolism?
Sep 21, 2017
The claim: Strength training will help you build muscle and boost your metabolism. It’s a winning proposition for any woman vying to maintain a healthy weight without counting calories—or spending an obscene amount of hours sweating it ...
How to survive a marathon flight
Sep 15, 2017
Dr. Jeremy Smith recently participated in an interview on "surviving" long flights and was featured in the article which went live online this evening. Here's the scoop! If you’re in economy class, you’ll be sitting in an ...
The next 5 years in the spinal fusion arena
Aug 24, 2017
Seven spine surgeons discuss future spine fusion trends. Ask Spine Surgeons is a weekly series of questions posed to spine surgeons around the country about clinical, business and policy issues affecting spine care. We invite all spine surgeon and ...
Fitness and Exercise Rules That Change After 50
Jun 23, 2017
Staying fit is as ubiquitous a tip as eating healthy, and the advice still applies, maybe even more so, for those over 50. But are there special considerations that should be heeded for those entering the 50s? Dr. David Kruse, a sports medicine ...