Take it from your QC orthopedic experts: Biking – even on a stationary model – is great for your health!
Tennis players, golfers, gardeners and others who repeatedly use their wrists and elbows are at risk for tennis elbow. Here are some symptoms to watch for, and treatment options to keep you swinging strong!
Golf may seem like a low-injury sport, but your swing can wreak havoc on everything from your feet to your neck. Quad City Sports Medicine surgeon Dr. Waqas Hussain offers some tips for keeping fit for the links!
Strong bones help keep you healthy on the inside, looking good on the outside. ORA Surgeon Dr. Clark shares some great bone-building tips!
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.
Dr. Ryan Dunlay adds another job to his roster as he heads to Davenport North High School as team physician. Learn what moves this Iowa native to do his best for the students, patients and 3 little boys who depend on him.
St. Ambrose University Journalism professor and former WQAD-TV reporter Alan Sivell, 64, is putting his 2 new knees through the paces — fulfilling a goal to ride across Iowa in RAGBRAI, July 19-25. Alan is kicking into high gear, cycling about 100 miles a week to train for the
Davenport cyclist Tom Hannah’s double knee replacement by ORA Orthopedics’ Dr. Peter Rink, means he’s ready to tackle some serious road miles this summer.
Whoever said retirement means slowing down hasn’t met 70-year old Helen Akers of Geneseo.
With the Quad City Air Show coming up, meet local pilot and ORA orthopedic surgeon Dr. Steven Boardman. Dr. Boardman enjoys flying for many of the same reasons he loves orthopedic surgery, including the need for skill, judgment and great teamwork!