U.S. Doctors’ Clinical

  • The Best Ways for Adults Over 65 to Get Physical

    As we age, we may slow down but it is important to never stop moving. Staying physically active is essential for adults to maintain their independence throughout their lives. The CDC recommends that adults over the age of 65 should complete at least 150 minutes of moderate activity per week.
  • What Varying Temperatures Mean for Your Joints

    Cold weather can be a pain in the joints but some people can experience a cruel summer too. Both cold and warm weather can cause discomfort in different ways, for different reasons. Cold weather typically causes people to experience aching feelings, while warm weather can incite swelling.
  • Blood Pressure: What the Numbers Mean

    The body relies on blood pressure to force blood through the circulatory system. If blood pressure reaches higher or lower numbers than normal, oxygen and nutrients aren’t delivered properly to the tissues and organs and eventually can negatively affect your heart, kidneys, or vision.
  • Travel Comfortably Past Age 50

    When you’re young, you don’t mind uncomfortable road trips and cheap hotels, but one of the rewards of aging is the economic freedom to travel with a little more pizazz. Traveling can be bittersweet as we get older because while we finally have the time to enjoy the places we’ve always dreamed about, our bodies can’t take the strain of long days like we used to.
  • The Best Arthro Product For You

    If you’re looking for a quality, clinically proven joint support supplement, you’ve come to the right place. Each ingredient in Arthro-7, Athro8, and Arthro-7 Sport was carefully chosen to help nourish connective tissue and support normal lubrication, support healthy inflammation response associated with physical exertion, and comfort joint mobility.
  • Everything You Need To Know About Hip Replacement Surgery

    Approximately 370,000 total hip replacements are performed in the US each year. A hip replacement is a surgery where a manmade implant replaces your total hip, or parts of it.
  • 7 Tips Post Knee Replacement Surgery

    If you’re experiencing knee arthritis, you’re not alone. Nearly 50% of Americans will experience it sometime in their lives. Knee replacement surgery can help relieve pain and restore mobility when your knee has been severely affected by arthritis or an injury.
  • What does it mean when my knees make noise?

    If your knees snap, crackle, and pop more than rice cereal, you may feel concerned that it is a sign that there is something wrong with your joints. The good news is that these cracking noises are perfectly normal as long as they aren’t accompanied by pain.
  • Can Joints Predict The Weather?

    Although the meteorologist on your local news is often wrong about the weather, you’re sure you can feel the forecast in your bones — and you’re not wrong! According to pain management specialist Dr. Robert Bolash, significant anecdotal evidence shows that weather changes affect joint pain.
  • The Truth About Cholesterol

    You’ve probably heard someone say they are “watching their cholesterol,” but what does that really mean and why is it important? There are many misconceptions about cholesterol that can make it confusing to understand what is fact and what is fiction.
  • Get Moving: 5 Easy Ways to Improve Cardiovascular Health

    When it comes to matters of the heart, there are many small lifestyle choices you can make that have a big impact. Here we have five ideas that can be implemented into your life without requiring radical lifestyle changes. Improve your cardiovascular health without skipping a beat!

  • Staying Sharp After 60

    Despite what you may have heard, declining cognition as you age isn’t inevitable. The brain does change as we age, but significant memory loss isn’t a typical side effect of get...