You don't have to go very far or very fast to get the health benefits of running. Start slowly and work your way up to 20-30 minutes a day.
When physical therapist Amy Boyer realized surgery was the only option for relieving hip pain, she turned to someone she knew could relate: her patient.
If you go to a local high school, UVA or JMU sporting event, UVA sports medicine doctors will likely be there ready to help athletes if they get injured. Learn more about the care that this team provides and how it can benefit regular patients too.
Fall is filled with events of all distances, as walkers and runners alike enjoy moderate temperatures, beautiful scenery and the camaraderie of others who share similar fitness interests. Get tips for your first 5K.
Exercise cramps can happen to anyone, especially when pushing yourself to the limit. But how do you know when these severe muscle cramps are something more serious? Get answers and advice from one of UVA's sports medicine experts.
Leigh has an old back injury, so when a coworker suggested they train for the Charlottesville 10-Miler together, she was nervous. Read about her visit to the UVA Speed Clinic and what she learned about her running mechanics.
Runners from around the world come to Charlottesville, VA for a high-tech, 3D running analysis. Find out how we help even injured runners get back on track.
The new year is here and fitness resolutions are in full swing. Learn how to avoid soreness when beginning a new workout routine, plus how to know when soreness indicates something more serious.
Most shoulder injuries result from ordinary wear and tear. Dr. Brockmeier, orthopedic surgeon, explains the most common types of injuries he treats with joint replacement surgery.
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