Golf After Total Knee Replacement

Total knee replacement can be tough on a golfer. A report from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons found that swinging a golf club creates even more stress on the knee than jogging. But with a good rehabilitation program like the month- by-month regimen outlined below, you can be back on the course by the…

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The Slow Creep of Muscle Weakness

Most of us have heard about the dangers of osteoporosis, an age- related condition that results in weakened, easily broken bones. But as we age, we don’t think much about losing muscle strength. Sarcopenia, the medical term for muscle loss, develops gradually. It begins around age 35, but at first the loss is slow— about…

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