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October 13, 2017
Superstitions often have rational roots. While some superstitions just seem silly — like Friday the 13th being unlucky or a bird pooping on you being lucky — the one about walking under a ladder being unlucky makes sense.
October 3, 2017
"Wow!  Today is the one-year anniversary of Jim’s shoulder surgery.  As he said by email, “if you had told me a year ago that I would be here, I’d tell you that you have a sick and twisted sense of humor.”  Dream big; work hard. 
September 13, 2017
If you’ve hurt yourself, or had orthopaedic surgery, chances are good you’ve spent at least some time with a physical therapist.
August 29, 2017
No pain no gain. We’ve all heard the expression and the fact is, there is both truth and danger in it. Sure, pain can indicate muscle engagement and growth, but it can also reveal injury. It’s important to understand when your pain is typical and when it’s cause for concern.
August 4, 2017
"So bring your arms up above you as high as you can go,” asks Dr. Michael Lilyquist of his patient. “That's awesome range of motion already." Robert Rodriguez could barely lift his right arm three months ago.
June 21, 2017
It was a beautiful April Fool’s Day on the slopes. Until it took a terrible turn. Literally.
May 30, 2017
Exercising our way into old age is one of the pillars of healthy aging.
April 18, 2017
While the calendar says April, Mother Nature is not yet fully on board with the spring concept (three feet of snow in the mountains last week!?). And while hard core skiers are reveling, many others are itching to get to their warm weather outdoor activities.
March 22, 2017
What’s the secret to feeling younger and healthier? Eat right and exercise. Yes, it sounds obvious, and you’ve heard it all your life and for good reason. But it can be a little more complicated than that. What should we eat? How should we exercise?
February 13, 2017
Middle school teacher Carolyn Hughes says that Dr. Hayes changed her life. And that is not an exaggeration. “Poor bone structure runs in my family,” she shares. “My arches are way too high, which causes the tendons to pull on my toes, making them malformed.”

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