Tag: osteoarthritis

Benefits of Walking for Bone Health

While walking may not be a high-intensity workout, it certainly comes with many health benefits. Not only is walking great for heart health, boosting your mood, maintaining healthy weight, and improving circulation, but also for keeping your muscles and joints strong and healthy. When you have healthy and strong muscles… Read more »

Understanding the Stages of Knee Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is one of the most common types of arthritis, and it most often affects the largest joint in the body: the knee. Frequently referred to as “wear and tear arthritis”, osteoarthritis is a progressive disease of the joints and is also considered a common chronic joint condition. Knee osteoarthritis… Read more »

MAKOplasty Joint Resurfacing and Replacement

Osteoarthritis is a joint disease that affects the joint cartilage and the underlying bone. It is the leading cause of disability worldwide, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and it’s estimated that nearly one in two people may develop symptomatic osteoarthritis of the knee. Most commonly, osteoarthritis impacts those… Read more »

Hip Resurfacing

You may not know that the hip joint is one of the largest joints in the human body. It’s also among the most important. This joint is responsible for supporting the upper body when you stand, walk, or jump. It also helps with bending, and stretching. If one of the hip… Read more »

Arthritis Awareness Month

May is an important month for raising awareness of conditions that affect musculoskeletal health, including arthritis. At Rebound, we are dedicated to helping spread awareness by offering resources and doctor insight concerning this disease that affects so many lives each year. In honor of Arthritis Awareness Month, we’ve put together… Read more »

My Aching Foot: Foot Pain Causes and Treatments

How many steps do you think you take per year? Would you guess that number reaches more than one million? You’re probably more familiar with the expression “my aching back,” but plenty of us experience foot pain at some point (we do, after all, put our feet through quite the… Read more »