Osteoporosis and aging; Muscle weakness associated with aging
Changes in posture and gait (walking pattern) are as universally associated with aging as changes in the skin and hair.
The skeleton provides support and structure to the body. Joints are the areas where bones come together. They allow the skeleton to be flexible for movement. In a joint, bones do not directly contact each other. Instead, they are cushioned by cartilage in the joint, synovial...Read more
According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF), weight bearing exercises are activities that make you move against gravity while... Read more »
Yes, you can remain active and avoid surgery if you have knee and hip arthritis. But there are certain adaptations that you need to do in... Read more »
Everyone loves a good mystery, but some need to be solved sooner than later. A lack of bone union after a total hip replacement (THR) is one of those... Read more »
Hip osteoarthritis (OA) can cause disabling pain and loss of motion. The natural result is a loss of function. Many studies of treatment for hip OA... Read more »
Did you know that hip bursitis can mimic back pain? Even though doctors know this, 20 percent of the LBP cases caused by hip bursitis aren't properly... Read more »