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Women: Keep your bones strong
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.
New Bone, Joint and Spine Program will offer ‘one-stop’ care
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.
Don’t be sidelined with a sports injury
Exercising is a fine fitness move. But it's easy to get hurt if you don't take a few precautions.
One successful joint replacement leads to another
Mary Lucas hasn't felt this good in years. "Absolutely amazing," is how she describes her life today.
Be active at any age
Exercise is for everyone—even if it’s been awhile.
Hip help: Find specialist joint repair at Nazareth Hospital
Any time you break a bone, it's serious. But you may not know just how serious a broken hip is.
Seniors: A countdown to getting active again
Some things from our past are better left in the past. Exercise, though, isn't one of them.
Bone health is the focus of new Nazareth program
Identifying patients at a higher risk for the bone-thinning disease osteoporosis and helping them prevent fractures is the thrust of a new program at Nazareth Hospital.
Q&A: Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Dennis McHugh
Orthopedic Surgeon Dennis McHugh, DO, of Mercy Orthopedics at Nazareth Hospital, talks about his conservative approach to joint replacement surgery.
Q&A: Physiatrist Dr. Dennis Ivill: osteoporosis
Osteoporosis is not inevitable as we age. You can take preventive measures against osteoporosis by boosting bone health.