For Patients

Introducing 26.Brew!

A Half & Full Marathon Training Program powered by OrthoCarolina

Take Your Run on Vacation

The runner’s wave is a universal welcoming language.

Taking Care of Collegiate Athletes

Keeping the Charlotte 49ers in the game

Yoga for Pain Control

I love yoga and have been practicing for more than 12 years. Yoga has so many benefits including strengthening, flexibility, pain reduction and relaxation...

OrthoCarolina Soccer: Keeping you in the game

Committed to keeping you in the game and proud to support numerous area youth soccer clubs.

Outlasting the Spartan Race: An OT’s Top Tips

Courageous and valiant. Tough and unshakable.

Why We Are Athletic Trainers

National Athletic Training Month is held every March to offer awareness about Athletic Training as a profession

Older, Wiser, Stronger, Fitter: Balance for Seniors can be FUN

When treating clients to prevent a fall or unfortunately after a fall has caused an injury, physical therapists promote many exercises including balance retraining.

Proper Yoga Technique: Tree Pose

The Tree Pose in yoga has many benefits.

Osteoporosis and Exercise

You’ve been given the diagnosis of Osteoporosis and your doctor wants you to do weight bearing activities to improve your bone health.

4 soccer lessons I’m sharing with my kids

What advice would have been helpful to me as I played over the years?

OC Loves Soccer: Andy Hylton

“I like the freedom to make decisions on the field, all you need is a soccer ball and you can play anywhere.”

The OrthoCarolina Sportsplex in Pineville NC

The OrthoCarolina Sportsplex is the culmination of Charlotte Soccer Academy’s vision to have a home venue for its teams. The journey started in 2010 when a team evaluated potential sites and culminated with the ribbon cutting and opening of the fields in July 2015.

Things that move properly shouldn’t hurt

The benefits of manual therapy combined with exercise

Do you get back pain from sitting at your desk?

Ergonomics and the “90-90-90 Position”: Why ‘how’ you sit is so important.

First time triathlon success tips

Thinking about signing up for your first triathlon? For many, the idea of training for a swim, bike and run may seem exciting but also a little overwhelming...

4 things to do before you lace up this running season

If you’re like me, you’ve noticed temperatures rising and hours of daylight getting longer. That means running season is in stride and fun races are just around the corner.

NASCAR champ Kyle Busch’s ‘natural, steady’ recovery started in a minivan

His patient-physical therapist relationship was similar to driver-crew chief

Treating the stars and beyond

Drivers, pit crews, officials and admins will travel down to Daytona this weekend to compete in the first of many races in the NASCAR Sprint Cup, XFINITY and Camping World Truck Series.

Six Yoga Misconceptions

Yoga is often misunderstood. Its benefits, however, are well known: increased flexibility and strength, improved balance and posture and stress relief to name a few.

Meet Aaron. OC Loves to Run

Aaron Hewitt, Physician Assistant - Sports Medicine, Cartilage Restoration

Train Like an NFL Player to Improve your Run

Before working at OrthoCarolina, I was an athletic trainer for the Minnesota Vikings.

Should I run on the treadmill or outside? Is there a difference?

Sometimes, life happens and there’s literally not enough daylight to run--especially in the winter. In order to maintain your running schedule, you might need to get your miles on a treadmill.

Meet Kevin. OC Loves to Run

Kevin Casey, Physician Assistant, General Orthopedics, Ironman Finisher