Tag: joint pain

Arthritis Exercise Dos & Don’ts

Getting regular exercise is paramount when it comes to keeping your bones and joints healthy, protecting yourself from certain injuries and preventing diseases like osteoporosis. However, if you’re living with arthritis, the ways you stay active often change to accommodate your condition. Making modifications to protect your joints, while still… Read more »

Staying Active With Arthritis Pain

Staying active is important at any age, but exercise may feel like an impossible feat for those living with joint pain from arthritis. At Rebound, our team’s goal is to help you relieve pain, increase mobility and improve how you live. Learn some tips on ways to stay active with… Read more »

How Flexibility Exercise Benefits Bone Health

Many factors play a role in our overall bone health- from what we eat to how we exercise. If you’re making your orthopedic health a priority through through a well-rounded diet, your fitness routine should be well-rounded, too. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons emphasizes the importance of incorporating several… Read more »

Arthritis Awareness Month

May is an important month for raising awareness of conditions that affect musculoskeletal health, including arthritis. At Rebound, we are dedicated to helping spread awareness by offering resources and doctor insight concerning this disease that affects so many lives each year. In honor of Arthritis Awareness Month, we’ve put together… Read more »

When to Ice or Heat an Injury

Our physical therapists and athletic trainers see injuries of all types at Rebound, whether they’re brought on by sports or everyday activities. This certified group has extensive experience helping patients overcome injuries, reclaim their mobility and live pain-free. In honor of National Physical Therapy Month, one of our physical therapists… Read more »

Shoulder Instability Causes and Treatments

The shoulder is one of the most mobile joints in the human body, and because of its wide range of motion, it is susceptible to instability conditions and injuries. What is Shoulder Instability? Shoulder instability occurs when tissues in the shoulder are unable to keep the arm centered in the… Read more »

A Guide to Knee Replacement Surgery

The thought of walking down or climbing up a flight of stairs brings you fatigue. You base the majority of your daily activity decisions on the level of pain they will induce. Something as simple as sitting causes discomfort. Does all of this sound quite familiar? Don’t let the largest… Read more »