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Fitness: It’s all about the journey

Fitness is a life long journey with ups and downs and many different roads. Be willing to adapt to your injuries and your current needs. I don’t know about you, but it can be challenging to exercise, but it’s even harder when we’re exercising in a way that will lead to injury because then we… read more


Dr. Trenhaile completes first InSpace balloon implementation in the Midwest for major rotator cuff repair procedures

UPDATE: July 29, 2015 – Watch Dr. Trenhaile’s interview on WREX here. ROCKFORD, IL; July 19, 2015 – Dr. Scott Trenhaile of Rockford Orthopedic Associates announced the Midwest’s first implementation of OrthoSpace Ltd.’s InSpace biodegradable balloon system, at the Rockford Orthopedic Surgery Center. Dr. Trenhaile is 1 of 7 U.S. surgeons participating in an Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) pivotal… read more


Post run stretches to keep you injury free

Jon Gallas, DPT, goes over some safe and effective post run stretches to help you remain injury free. If you would like more information about staying safe while running, check out RunRight where you can get tailored programs just for you. We’ll even tell you what shoes you should be using!


How hip pain limits your golf game

Congratulations to Jordan Spieth for an excellent win at the Masters, and we wish Tiger Woods a speedy recovery from his wrist injury.  Tiger’s injury reminds us that as golf season rolls around, prevention canada goose Constable Parka of injuries is essential and effective treatment of pain is important. Hip pain is a common problem… read more


How athletes should eat – part 4: After exercise

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 Consuming a carbohydrate snack within 30 minutes after training will allow the body to start replenishing glycogen stores in the body. Additionally, consuming a couple of mixed meals high in carbohydrates within six hours after training or a competition ensures that the muscles continue with the glycogen… read more


How athletes should eat part 3

Did you miss part 1 or part 2? Check them out first! Eating at events that last all day/weekend It is extremely important for athletes to eat after competing. Their muscles need the proper fuel to recover, and they need enough nourishment to get them ready for the next race/competition. If an athlete competes, with… read more