Top Achievements in Charlotte Medicine 2015 - Glenn Gaston

Top Achievements in Charlotte Medicine 2015 - Glenn Gaston

In an effort to improve the quality of care available in their community, these doctors are making Charlotte a leader in medical research, training, and education
Turf Toe

Turf Toe

“Turf Toe” is a term commonly used to refer to pain, swelling, or joint stiffness at the base of the big toe, caused by a sprain to the ligaments and joint capsule
Do you get back pain from sitting at your desk?

Do you get back pain from sitting at your desk?

Ergonomics and the “90-90-90 Position”: Why ‘how’ you sit is so important
Why we need to be more active

Why we need to be more active

Our society today is one that is attached to social media and for the most part sedentary due to long hours spent on computers during the work day.
Healthy Replacements

Healthy Replacements

Making your weekend sweeter, the healthy way
Spinning Your Wheels: 17 Benefits of Indoor Cycling
Why I Ride: High Country Development
Why Position-Specific Injuries are Common in NASCAR

Why Position-Specific Injuries are Common in NASCAR

“In what other sport do you get a 15-second break every hour?” –Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
How Tony Stewart, Kyle Busch got back on track

How Tony Stewart, Kyle Busch got back on track

OrthoCarolina, a Charlotte orthopedic clinic. Over the past decade, OrthoCarolina staff members have become as much a part of the NASCAR traveling circus as the other regulars who roam the same roads as drivers, crews and officials.
What Should You Eat Pre and Post Workout?

What Should You Eat Pre and Post Workout?

A NASCAR trainer spills the beans
Indoor Cycling: A Spine Surgeon’s Perspective

Indoor Cycling: A Spine Surgeon’s Perspective

David T. Anderson, MD, shares why he rides and how indoor cycling helps the body’s core
Who’s Got Your Back?

Who’s Got Your Back?

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Back Health
Occupational Therapy: What to Know

Occupational Therapy: What to Know

April is National OT Month
A Helping Hand: How Occupational Therapy Helps Patients with Artificial Limbs

A Helping Hand: How Occupational Therapy Helps Patients with Artificial Limbs

In occupational therapy, we often work with prostheses, or artificial devices that replace a part of the human body that may have been lost due to trauma or accident, congenital conditions or other reasons.