CONA Ortho Blogs

Back Pain 101: When It’s Time to See a Spine Specialist

Back Pain 101: When It’s Time to See a Spine SpecialistBack Pain 101: When It’s Time to See a Spine Specialist Back pain is one of the most common types of pain that can be life-altering and debilitating. Knowing when it is time to see a spine specialist can be a bit...

read more

How Do I Know When It’s Time For A Knee Replacement?

How Do I Know When It’s Time For A Knee Replacement? How Do I Know When It’s Time For A Knee Replacement? How do I know when it’s time for a knee replacement? It’s a great question. If you’re thinking about having knee replacement surgery, you want to make sure the...

read more

HOW TO TRAIN FOR A 5K: PART 1 OF 3-PART SERIES

HOW TO TRAIN FOR A 5K: PART 1 OF 3-PART SERIES Part 1 of 3 Training for a race can add a new challenge and level of excitement to any workout routine. Races occur almost any given weekend all over the Upstate. Running a 5K, or 3.1 miles, is a great distance for...

read more

HOW TO TRAIN FOR A 5K: PART 2 OF 3-PART SERIES

HOW TO TRAIN FOR A 5K: PART 2 OF 3-PART SERIES Part 2 of 3 Congratulations! You’ve made it to the second phase of training for your first 5K. Week three and four of your training regimen focus on building endurance. According to an article published by Runner’s World,...

read more

HOW TO TRAIN FOR A 5K: PART 3 OF 3-PART SERIES

HOW TO TRAIN FOR A 5K: PART 3 OF 3-PART SERIES Part 3 of 3 You’ve made it to the final two weeks of training! How you spend the final phase before the big day is critical to the outcome of your race. Your fifth-week regimen should focus on maintaining a comfortable...

read more

SMART RUNNING: A GUIDE TO RECOVERY

SMART RUNNING: A GUIDE TO RECOVERY What you should know Whether it is your first 5k or your 50th, knowing how to recover is an important part of being a smart runner. The significance of recovery is usually overlooked because of all the time spent focusing on training...

read more

IS YOUR HAND PAIN CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME?

IS YOUR HAND PAIN CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME? By Dr. David Brown SYMPTOMS OF CTS Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is one of the most common sources of hand pain and numbness. In the US, as many as 10 million people experience some symptoms of CTS each year, and approximately...

read more

THE BENEFITS OF EXERCISE

THE BENEFITS OF EXERCISE THE BENEFITS OF EXERCISE No matter what age you are, exercise and physical activity are extremely beneficial to your overall health and wellbeing. There’s no “one size fits all” when it comes to exercise – the possibilities and varieties are...

read more

5 Decades Of Premier Orthopaedic & Neurological Care.

Treating Your Head, Shoulders, Knees, Toes and Everything In-Between

10 + 7 =