If paddling in North Carolina conjures up images of running whitewater in the western reaches of the state and sea kayaking the coast, you may be missing out on one of N.C.’s most diverse paddling destinations.
The hills of the Triad region offer mountain bikers pumpy ascents, fast and flowy lines and lake vistas.
Winston-Salem's new Rock Box Bouldering gym aims to be a central hub for the Triad climbing community.
Get moving at the the HopSwap Half Marathon in Winston-Salem.
OrthoCarolina Winston has a broad research and educational base which has a national reputation for excellence with more than 40 years of experience.
Sauratown offers some of the best winter cragging in the southeast.
Chronic pain can keep your body hurting for weeks, months, or even years at a time, impacting your day-to-day life and even your work and time with family. It can be a result of an injury, other health issue, or there may be no apparent reason for the pain. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is one of the newest ways to treat pain. PRP uses a highly concentrated solution of your body’s own platelets to accelerate the natural healing of damaged tissue.
Spend a day walking the homes, gardens, and shops of Old Salem
Carrie Rhodes, MPT at OrthoCarolina takes you through the steps to complete #TheFreeWorkout in Winston-Salem.
North Carolina is peppered with wilderness-enveloped campgrounds, from the Great Smokies to the Atlantic shores.
Pilot Mountain has guided centuries of travelers, from nomadic Native Americans to Moravian immigrants.
With these three backpacking loops, you can sample the best of the Smokies in a weekend.
Combine a history tour and backcountry adventure on North Carolina's Daniel Boone Heritage Canoe Trail.
Twin City Talks, a community forum hosted in partnership with the Winston-Salem Journal, engaged the Winston-Salem community in an open discussion about public art this week at Foothills Brewing. Preceded by topical podcasts and articles, the forum invited residents to engage with community leaders in the arts and cultural sector.
Free, easy-to-use bodyweight-based workouts can be found all over the city
Partnering with marketing firm #thesavageway, OrthoCarolina has launched #TheFreeWorkout on sidewalks in Winston-Salem offering free, functional fitness.
For JaQuan King, senior at Mount Tabor High School in Winston-Salem, football was life. He was set to be a top ranked college football prospect in 2016; he had scored four touchdowns during a jamboree scrimmage and had high hopes of being recruited until he found himself on the ground holding a swollen ankle surrounded by trainers and players. He had a season-ending ankle injury, and wondered if he’d ever get to play again.
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a vital stabilizing structure within the knee. The ACL helps to control rotation and translation with a knee that is abruptly changing direction or speed. As a result, it is commonly injured in athletes who participate in sports with cutting, pivoting, jumping, and quick running.
Dr. Drew Henderson, MD, MSc joins OrthoCarolina Winston-Salem and Clemmons locations.
We all know riding your bike is good for you, but have you ever thought about what happens to your body during a ride?
Tori Kanizer is the youngest cyclist on OrthoCarolina Winston Women’s Cycling team. As an upcoming junior at Milligan College, Tori balances the rigorous training that comes with a cycling schedule with schoolwork and a social life.
Have you ever wondered what exactly goes into cycling? Sure, we see cyclists on the road on a daily basis, but there is so much more to training for racing bikes than a relaxing bike ride. It’s all about strategy, focus and more importantly, specificity of training.
Dr. Pill chatting with WSJS about sports injuries and how to manage them on and off the field.
Winston-Salem and Clemmons office locations.
Winston-Salem Urgent Care and Kernersville Office Locations.
Winston-Salem & Kernersville Office Locations
Meet the Physicians and staff at our Winston-Salem, Kernersville, Clemmons and King NC office locations.
If you've ever scheduled a medical appointment (and if you're reading this, you probably have) you know that there can sometimes be a wait to see providers.