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Fueling the Healing Process: Pre and Post-Surgery Nutrition for a Fast Recovery

Written for MOSH by Nicole Kerneen, RD, CD, CSSD, Certified Personal Trainer – Way of Life Nutrition and Fitness Calories are often associated with weight gain. But calories…

Why Do I Feel Calf Pain After Running?

Almost all healthy, active people who participate in vigorous activity experience some sort of cramping or calf pain at some point. This cramping and numbness or tingling are…

A Parent’s Guide to Concussion

Believe it or not, but we’re almost half-way to the Super Bowl. The topic of concussion prevention has never before been in such a big public spotlight. But…

Why Athletes Are Using IV Therapy to Aid Performance & Recovery

Written for MOSH by Dr. Alia Fox, Founder and Medical Director for H2O. While training, athletes are constantly pushing themselves to the limit to reach new milestones and…

How Does Psychology Affect Sports Performance?

Whether you’re ready to dominate on the tennis court or preparing for tomorrow’s big presentation at work, optimal health and peak performance go hand in hand. This is…

"It’s Spring. Let’s Get Your Swing in Shape with Golf for Medical Fitness.

Golf is more than just a game. For many, it’s a way of life. Sometimes, as a sport, it gets a bad rap with golfers enjoying the cocktail…

7 Ways You Can Prevent Sports Injuries for Kids

Most athletic injuries in children happen from overuse and can be prevented with proper training and common sense. As a parent, guardian or coach, here are the seven…

Why Sports Physicals Should Matter to You

You might think of a sports physical as an annual routine for kids as they prepare to start school or summer camp. Guess what? The myriad reasons educational…

Keep Kids Safe During Summer Contact Sports

More than 2.6 million children, ages 19 and younger, visit the emergency department annually for recreation and sports-related injuries. Kids are still growing and developing, which puts them…