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Nutrition for the Active Individual: You Get Out What You Put In
Nutrition is an important aspect of healthy living that even those who consider themselves to be active, can tend to overlook. There is a false belief that logging enough hours of physical activity is the main factor in getting to and maintaining a healthy weight. Worse, some are under the impression that consistent exercise serves as a free pass to over-indulge during meal and snack times. However, weight loss and maintenance is more about what goes into the body than what is burned off, with the ratio being around 20% dependent on exercise vs. 80% dependent on nutrition.
Additionally, the energy needed to keep up with a high level of physical activity begins with how the body is fueled. In order for performance levels to remain high, energy levels, which stem from proper nutrition, must also remain high. Sustaining proper energy levels will not only positively impact performance, but will also help aid in injury prevention.
Severe Weather Safety
Spring has sprung, and with it, comes the likelihood that some days will be filled with more April showers than May flowers. In some cases, those spring showers can develop into thunderstorms, which can do more than put a damper on your outdoor plans and sporting events. Check out the following tips to stay safe when severe weather strikes!
Growing Pains: Detecting and Overcoming Sever’s Disease
Typically occurring during the growth spurts of early puberty, this condition is most commonly seen in girls ages 8-13 and boys ages 10-15. During this time, the heel bone sometimes grows faster than the leg muscles and tendons, causing them to become tight and overstretched. This makes the heel less flexible and puts pressure on the growth plate. Over time, repeated stress on the already tight tendons damages the growth plate, causing the swelling, tenderness and pain associated with Sever's Disease.Continue...
We're more than physicians.
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We're more than physicians. Like you, we are dads, runners, golfers, sports fans and much, much more. Trust our team to put our experience, expertise and understanding to work for you. At Orthopedic ONE, what means the most to you is what matters most to us.
What Are Athletic Trainers And How Can They Help Keep You Healthy?
March is National Athletic Training Month! Let’s take a few moments to shine a spotlight on the special role our Athletic Trainers play in helping our patients pursue better lives, one story at a time.
Athletic Trainers work with doctors, physical therapists and other healthcare professionals to provide quality care to patients, helping them restore function after an injury so they can return to doing the things they love, such as sports, school/work and their other daily activities. When you see someone running onto the field during a sporting event to help an athlete with an injury, it’s likely an Athletic Trainer!
Take a Minute to Learn How to Save a Life
Many Americans think practicing heart health simply means evaluating habits such as eating right, getting enough exercise and effectively managing stress, and making changes as necessary.
While these practices are important, another vital aspect of heart health is learning about a condition that many young athletes who consider themselves to be active and healthy may mistakenly overlook as a vital component to evaluating their heart health, Sudden Cardiac Arrest.
Dr. Randall Wroble named 2019 Practitioner of the Year by Columbus CEO Magazine
Each year, Columbus CEO Magazine honors central Ohio healthcare providers and organizations in its Healthcare Achievement Awards issue. This year, Orthopedic ONE's Dr. Randall Wroble was named the 2019 Practitioner of the Year for his outstanding contributions to the student athletes in Ohio - and across the country.Continue...
Dr. Steven Gaines Recognized as Guardian Angels Recipient
Earlier this week, our own Dr. Steven Gaines was honored through the Mount Carmel Foundation's Guardian Angels program.
Exercise…You Know You Should, Here is How (and Why) to Start!
Maybe you vowed to begin exercising or amp up your workouts at the start of the new year or are planning to lace up your sneakers in anticipation of spring. Need a little motivation to get off the couch or to keep striving to reach your goals? There are immediate benefits to even 5 minutes of exercise, such as an improvement in mood, reduction in stress levels, enhanced sleep quality and sharpened mental focus.
Orthopedic ONE voted #1 CBUS Top Pick for both Orthopedics and Sports Medicine 2018
Out of more than 30,000 area businesses, and tens of thousands of organizations, the Columbus community voted for their favorites to be named a 2018 CBUS Top Pick. That’s a big deal. To be a CBUS Top Pick means people recognized Orthopedic ONE as the elite Orthopedic and Sports Medicine group in town — #1 in both categories for the third year in a row.