CrossFit Injuries: The Big Ones

CrossFit Injuries: The Big Ones

As a medical provider who sees a lot of CrossFit patients (and is a CrossFitter as well) I’m frequently asked about shoulder and knee injuries.
NASCAR’s Most Prevalent Injuries

NASCAR’s Most Prevalent Injuries

In 12 seconds, some pit crews can change four tires, lug nuts, fill a race car with fuel and send it on its way.
What’s in Your Headphones? Best Motivational Push Songs

What’s in Your Headphones? Best Motivational Push Songs

Sometimes the most effective way to get through a tough workout or to just make exercise more enjoyable is to add music
Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (Runner’s Knee): What to Know

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (Runner’s Knee): What to Know

In the running community, patellofemoral pain syndrome (“PFPS”), or Runner’s Knee, has a reputation for being painful and frustrating.

Fit Tip Friday – How and Why to Do a Side Plank

Side planks are a great exercise because they work the entire core
Why the Transverse Abdominus is an Important Part of Your Core

Why the Transverse Abdominus is an Important Part of Your Core

In part three of our series on "core" trunk muscles and back pain we look at the muscle called the transversus abdominus.
Gauging an Injury: An Update on NASCAR‘s Nate Bolling

Gauging an Injury: An Update on NASCAR‘s Nate Bolling

Denny Hamlin’s Jackman on the Mend
10 Ways to Keep Your Back Healthy

10 Ways to Keep Your Back Healthy

Does your job give you a pain in the neck or back?
Local patients receive free joint replacements through national organization

Local patients receive free joint replacements through national organization

The replacement surgeries were coordinated through Operation Walk USA, a local hospital and by Dr. David Howe, an orthopedic surgeon with OrthoCarolina in Winston-Salem.
Why You Should Train Your ‘Real’ Core

Why You Should Train Your ‘Real’ Core

In your core you have “muscles you can see” and the real core muscles “you can’t see.”
What You Think Is Your Core Isn’t Really Your Core

What You Think Is Your Core Isn’t Really Your Core

The “core” is such a hot topic these days. Is it abs, trunk or back? A combination of all of those? Strong core muscles keep your spine healthier, yet there is a lot of confusion as to exactly what those muscles are.
Plantar Fasciitis: What to Know

Plantar Fasciitis: What to Know

Plantar fasciitis affects nearly 2 million Americans each year, with over 10% of the population suffering from this condition at some point over their lifetime.
5 Tips from an Occupational Therapist to Stick to Your New Year’s Health Goals

5 Tips from an Occupational Therapist to Stick to Your New Year’s Health Goals

Nine times out of 10, these resolutions start off with a bang in January but, by March have dwindled.
An Interview with Dr. Pat Connor - the Carolina Panthers Head Team Physician

An Interview with Dr. Pat Connor - the Carolina Panthers Head Team Physician

The commotion and action on the sidelines on any given Carolina Panthers game day can make it difficult to spot Dr. Pat Connor, but he’s there.
How to Have a Healthy 2015: REAL Tips from an Orthopedist

How to Have a Healthy 2015: REAL Tips from an Orthopedist

Many of us make healthy resolutions every year, stick to them for a while, and inevitably break them. Sound familiar?
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: What to Know

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: What to Know

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
OrthoCarolina Doctors Help Keep Panthers Healthy

OrthoCarolina Doctors Help Keep Panthers Healthy

Official Team Physicians of the Carolina Panthers
Royal H. Burpee Was a Real Person

Royal H. Burpee Was a Real Person

And Where Burpees Come From

Life, it happens.

OrthoCarolina. You. Improved.
The D1 Experience: Elite Athletic Training for All Levels

The D1 Experience: Elite Athletic Training for All Levels

In April, D1 Sports opened in Matthews, NC.