Twelve ORA docs help keep Quad City athletes safe on field and court … and concussions are at the top of their list of concerns. Learn more!
Three ORA women take up the Quad City 1/2 Marathon together. Learn what makes them run, separately and with each other!
56-year-old world champion Bill Carlough loves working with his high school wrestlers as much as competing in the Masters division.
Take it from your QC orthopedic experts: Biking – even on a stationary model – is great for your health!
Chronic low back pain finds relief in the Quad Cities. Learn more!
Tip #1: Never drink and decorate! Learn all 9 tips before you climb your ladder again.
“I was still teaching kickboxing, but my hip was feeling funny in the groin near my thigh. My right leg was also starting to hurt, and I was having trouble sleeping.” Read more.
Following a basketball injury, James Zahara sought advice for his swollen ankle from Quad City Sports Medicine surgeon, Dr. Shawn Wynn. Dr. Wynn had a hunch it was more than a simple sprain.
ORA Orthopedic Surgeon Charles Cassel explains that while you might not be able to control the acute injuries – the twisted ankle or broken arm – careful observation and good judgment may help you stop an overuse injury from developing into long-term trouble.
Younger and younger players are being hurt on the field. Here’s how to keep them safe!