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As women get older, their bones tend to lose some of their strength. That puts them at risk for the brittle-bone disease called osteoporosis.
When you hurt your back or neck, injure your knee or get a concussion, you want quick and easy access to the doctors and other specialists that you might need.
Exercising is a fine fitness move. But it's easy to get hurt if you don't take a few precautions.
The rapid recovery joint replacement program at St. Mary quickly gets people on their feet and headed home. Patients are up and walking hours after surgery.
There are plenty of problems that can lead to painful, achy joints. Sometimes medication and physical therapy are not enough.
Mary Lucas hasn't felt this good in years. "Absolutely amazing," is how she describes her life today.
Exercise is for everyone—even if it’s been awhile.
Walking is the best weight-bearing exercise for people who have or are at risk of osteoporosis.
Falls among adults over age 65 are a big problem.
When you are recovering from an orthopedic injury or surgery such as knee replacement, the future can seem uncertain.
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