How do I start exercising?
It can be difficult to stay motivated to exercise. Read our tips on best exercises for beginners, how to exercise at home or at the gym and how to stay motivated.
How do you know if your toe is fractured or broken?
A fractured toe that is not treated can lead to increased foot pain and arthritis, ultimately affecting your ability to walk.
Is it harmful to crack my knuckles?
OrthoIndy total joint physician, Dr. Troy Roberson, explains the myth behind knuckle cracking.
Hammertoes and claw toes: Symptoms, causes and relief
Hammertoes are a progressive deformity of the toes; When the deformity becomes more severe and especially if it involves all the toes, then it may be a claw toe.
3 ways to improve your mental health
Mental health is just as important as diet and exercise. Learn how to reduce stress and anxiety, habits to improve mental health naturally and how to be mentally healthy.
How to avoid ski injuries
A wide range of injuries can occur in skiing. However, there are several strategies that can help prevent ski injuries from happening.
What is a femur shaft fracture (broken thighbone)?
A broken thighbone is a medical emergency. Call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. OrthoIndy Trauma physicians are located at St.Vincent Indianapolis Level I Trauma Center.
7 small nutritional changes that benefit your stomach
So what is the key to a flat stomach? Try these nutritional changes and make them an everyday routine for your wellness.
Pelvis fracture: Causes, treatment and recovery
A broken pelvis can be a medical emergency. Call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. OrthoIndy Trauma is located at St.Vincent Indianapolis Level I Trauma Center.
Shoulder surgery allows hockey player to return to the ice
After a dislocated shoulder resulted in a slap tear, hockey player undergoes shoulder surgery. After shoulder surgery recovery he returns to the ice rink.
Helpful tips to avoid holiday snacking
OrthoIndy clinical nutrition manager, Jessica Moosbrugger, provides five helpful tips to avoid holiday snacking.
Retired firefighter undergoes cervical spine surgery
During a routine training, John’s commitment to being a firefighter was threatened when he felt a twinge in his upper back. Learn how he found treatment for his back pain.
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