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Stress Reduction Techniques
Most of us deal with stress from time to time for one reason or another. It can be brought on by everyday stressors like balancing the demands of responsibilities at school, work, and home or by something on a larger scale, like a global pandemic.
Regardless of the cause, mild stress can be minimized through activities like guided imagery, breathing exercises, and physical activity.
Hand Safety Tips
With many of us spending more time at home, we’ve finally gotten around to some of the activities that get pushed to the back burner. While it’s rewarding to check home improvement projects off our list or spend time preparing a home cooked meal with fresh ingredients, the increase in these activities has caused an uptick in household accidents and injuries.Continue...
DR. WOLFE ANNOUNCES HIS RETIREMENT
A LETTER FROM DR. JOHN WOLFE
DR. CHOBAN ANNOUNCES HIS RETIREMENT
A LETTER FROM DR. STEPHEN CHOBANContinue...
Ankle Mobility Exercises
The ankle plays a key role in movement and stability and allows the body to perform as desired during exercise and athletic activity.
These simple, low impact exercises can be done almost anywhere with minimal equipment.
Ready to get started? Follow along with Troy Kress, DPT, OCS by clicking the video below.
Dr. Robert Steensen featured in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research
Orthopedic ONE knee specialist, Dr. Robert Steensen, recently contributed to an article titled, "Computational Approach to Correcting Joint Instability in Patients With Recurrent Patellar Dislocation", which was featured on the cover of the April 2020 issue of the Journal of Orthopaedic Research.
Read the full article here.
Stay at Home Resistance Exercises for Seniors
Looking to improve your physical fitness in a few easy steps from the comfort of home?
Strength training is safe and encouraged for people of ALL ages, even those with health conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, osteoporosis and heart disease.
There are many benefits to performing resistance exercises, including building strength, maintaining bone density, improving balance and decreasing fall risk, but most importantly, keeping you independent!
DR. MIELY ANNOUNCES HIS RETIREMENT
A letter from Dr. Bill Miely
Tips to Stay Sane While Social Distancing and Self Quarantining
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world is a different place than it was just a few weeks ago. For many, one of the most jarring changes is the switch from being constantly on the go to practicing social distancing and honoring the stay at home mandate set forth by the government. Here in Ohio, that means restricting time out of the home to only essential business and errands.
This sudden halt to our daily lives and increased time spent inside can have a significant impact on the mind, body and spirit. We are feeling the void of things we often take for granted, such as regular exposure to the sun, which impacts bone and muscle health, mood regulation and sleep quality. This combined with a lack of human interaction, the boredom of being cooped up and the anxiety of dealing with other various impacts of this pandemic, can create a frightening cocktail of emotions.
Here are a few suggestions for using your time in a way that can benefit you and those close to you (well, preferably 6 feet away)!Continue...
The Sports Void is Real
As Sports Medicine providers, our physicians spend a great deal of time taking care of high school athletes, weekend warriors, and professional athletes. With the current state of sports, our physicians are feeling an emptiness that many of our athletes and sports enthusiasts are feeling as well.