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You can find him at nearly every race, hauling a large backpack full of supplies, walking like he’s on a mission. Over the course of a race he’ll walk a total of around seven or eight miles. He’s there because he knows the sport inside and out. He can offer up NASCAR history, facts and trivia on demand. But he’s not who you might think.Read More
Ranging from Florida to Virginia, here are 10 top hikes in the Southeast for national park fee-free days.Read More
From hikes to festivals to Halloween celebrations, here are more than 20 family-friendly fall adventures in North Carolina's Triad and Triangle.Read More
The OrthoCarolina Jaunt cart is just a text away for a free lift when you're around Uptown, Southend, Noda, Plaza Midwood and Metropolitan.
Going into his twenty-third season with the Carolina Panthers, Head Team Physician Dr. Patrick Connor gives some insight into what happened during the offseason.Read More
Panthers team physician Pat Connor has performed crucial surgeries. But one repair in his career stands out.
The Athletic recently interviewed OrthoCarolina surgeon and Carolina Panthers Head Team Physician Dr. Patrick Connor.Read More
Thomas Fehring MD, hip and knee surgeon with the OrthoCarolina Hip and Knee Center in Charlotte, has launched the OrthoCarolina Periprosthetic Joint Infection Center along with fellow hip and knee surgeons Brian Curtin, MD, Bryan Springer, MD, Keith Fehring, MD.Read More
Keep in mind these five tips to prevent the symptoms of overtraining.Read More
OrthoCarolina physicians were honored for their premier patient care receiving Charlotte magazine Top Doctor awards.Read More
It's not always easy to lace up and go for a run. When you'd trade in your running shoes for Netflix, check out how these runners motivate themselves.Read More
This article was originally published via the Charlotte Business Journal.Read More
OrthoCarolina Hand Surgeons Discover Children, Adults Born without Hand Have Brain Functionality to Control Advanced Prosthetics
Three Charlotte hand surgeons have discovered that people of any age born without a hand already have the functionality needed to control a prosthetic device using only their mind.Read More