Keep doing the things you need and love to do with expert guidance from the world leader in orthopedics.
With a few straightforward adjustments, you can lessen the impact of golf on your knees.
Planning to run back-to-back races? HSS physical therapist Yukiko Matsuzaki explains what to do between the races to set yourself up for success.
Smooth knee movement can be affected by this condition. Find out more about what it means and how to treat it.
HSS Women's Sports Medicine Center
When we sit too much, our joints can grow stiff and sore. Here are six ways to avoid the pains of traveling with arthritis.
Proper body alignment and stability can greatly influence a young athlete’s health.
Sports Safety Program Director
Find out more about how to prevent swimming-related injuries from a USA Swimming team physician.
Pediatric rehabilitation expert Yukiko Matsuzaki shares some simple tips to help your child enjoy running and avoid injury.
Hand and wrist expert Michelle Carlson highlights the little-known risks of recreational cycling—and some simple ways to stay safe.
HSS provides you with five ways to take care of your knees as gyms remain closed and many people turn to running as their primary workout.
Robert G. Marx
Working out at home may be hard when gyms are closed. HSS gives you some tips to help you stay fit, safe, and injury free doing your at-home workout.
Has working from home given you a sore back or a literal pain in the neck? Physiatrist Kathleen L. Davenport, MD, has some suggestions to help you soothe your aching body.
It can be tough to know how to safely return to exercise after you’ve been hurt. HSS orthopedic surgeon James B. Carr II offers a game plan for getting back into your routine.
James B. Carr II
Form is everything when it comes to indoor cycling. Read more on how to prevent injuries from your exercise bike.
Getting ready to hit the slopes? Check out these suggestions from sports and orthopedic physical therapist Yukiko Matsuzaki.