Part 1: How to Garden Despite Aches and Pains - Preparation
For those who garden, a plot of plants is more than a pleasing decoration or mere food supply. It provides exercise, therapy, nature, healthfulness, creativity, peace, spirituality and more. As we age or cope with disability, these benefits can become even more treasured. The “bad back”, the “bum knee” and the “stiff hands” test our temper and stamina. But with planning, patience and some creative modifications, we can still enjoy the garden!
HHC: Easing Back Pain
HHC: How to Prevent Shoulder Pain?
COI: Hip and Knee Pain?
COI: Foot and Ankle pain? What’s the best way to help?
How To Keep Your Back Healthy During Quarantine - Dr. Russo
These are uncertain times and with everyone spending more time than ever at home and being less active. While this is certainly the best way to protect our families, friends and community, the inactivity can precipitate muscle stiffness and pain.
However, a healthy set of stretches designed to relieve back pain can be a welcome relief to some of these stiff muscles.
Dr. Beiner Telemedicine Appointments Now Available
Snow Shoveling Tips
Winter is synonymous with family gatherings, outdoor activities and picturesque landscapes. However, one of the less enjoyable chores associated with the season is snow shoveling. Emergency rooms each year find themselves filled with injuries associated with shoveling snow and working in the elements. It is our hope that with some advice from Connecticut Orthopaedics, we can help you navigate snow shoveling in the safest possible way.