Exercise and participating in sports are good for you, but sometimes they lead to injury. Here are some common sports injuries and how to prevent them.
Our knees and hips undergo a lot of wear and tear, from exercise to everyday living to aging. Ronald W. Hillock, MD with Nevada Orthopedic & Spine Center, orthopedic surgeon specializing in Joint Replacement, provides a new treatment option for patients with knee pain that leads to a faster recovery so they can get back to enjoying life!
Watch the ABC 13 “The Morning Blend” Interview with Ronald W. Hillock, M.D. and his patient Juliet Belanger for all of the details.
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