Integrated Men's Health Solution Center
Sports Injuries Many sports injuries can be prevented with proper conditioning and training, wearing appropriate protective gear, and using proper equipment.
Exercise Exercise doesn't have to be vigorous to offer health benefits. Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity daily, or on most days of the week.
Sports-Related Injuries What is a contusion? A sprain? A strain? Find out more about these common sports injuries.
Strength Training at Home Getting to the gym for a weight workout isn't always easy. That's why it pays to have weights at home as a backup, or even as a substitute.
Runner’s Knee Runner's knee means that you have dull pain around the front of the knee (patella). This is where the knee connects with the lower end of the thighbone (femur).
Preventing Sports Injuries Good preventive steps: Warm up before you work out, alternate days for exercising certain muscle groups, and cool down when you're done.
Stress Fractures Stress fractures are weak spots or small cracks in the bone caused by continuous overuse. They often occur in the foot after training for basketball, running, and other sports.
Shin Splints Shin splints refers to pain and tenderness along or just behind the large bone in the lower leg (the tibia).