This article is Sponsored by Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics Distracted driving and poorly marked bike lanes make bicycling a dangerous sport. With more than 200 trails around the Valley, bicyclists are getting off the road and on the trail for two-wheeled fun. But trail riding has its own set of concerns. Whether you’re on […]
This article is Sponsored by Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics The Major League Baseball season officially begins on Monday. It’s a sacred time for baseball fans, a time of promise and anticipation of things to come. Baseball legend Yogi Berra once said, “You look forward to Opening Day like a birthday party when you’re a […]
This article is Sponsored by Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics Weekend Warriors barely have time to squeeze in a pick-up game at the gym, let alone include a whole pre-workout stretch routine. For most people, stretching is tossed in at the end of a workout like a final punishment. Yet, despite the sudden epiphany you […]
Every New Year's brings new resolutions. Weekend Warriors usually add a day of training or increase intensity levels. But busy work schedules and family obligations make it tough to accommodate extra training.
This article is Sponsored by Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics Any Arizona Cardinals fan will tell you, 2014 has brought them to their knees. From Carson Palmer’s torn ACL to Drew Stanton’s recent sprained knee, at least seven players have been sidelined with knee injuries this year.
This article is Sponsored by Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics Listed as one of National Geographic’s ‘Best US Hiking Cities‘, Phoenix is home to over 180 miles of hiking trails. Some are simple and relaxing, others are rough and tough. Many Weekend Warriors have turned to trail running to break a sweat. But unless you […]
Participate in the sports and activities you love while staying injury free. Check out these nine tips to keep yourself healthy and active from Martin Benoit, MD, Orthopedic Specialist at Banner Health Center- Peoria.
You Weekend Warriors know the feeling. Your hips and knees ache after every workout. You grab the ice and the ibuprofen, and grin and bear it. After all, you're too young to consider joint replacement surgery, right?