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Tips to Alleviate the Fear of Falling

Tips to Alleviate the Fear of Falling

Falling is an inevitable part of life. How many times do you see children fall as they are learning to stand and walk? As children, falling is a crucial part of learning how to move. If it weren’t for these falls, we would never learn how to balance or control our...

The Difference in Running Surfaces

The Difference in Running Surfaces

Different surfaces absorb and send back forces in different ways. In the warm weather months, the opportunity to get outside and exercise is high. There are many different surface options to choose from, each of which can affect the intensity and effort put forth in a...

Levy Joins UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine

Levy Joins UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine

Sports medicine physician to see patients in Buffalo & Niagara Falls Western New York’s largest orthopaedic and sports medicine group is growing again with the addition of Benjamin Levy, M.D., a sports medicine and general orthopaedic surgery specialist. The...

Dr. Matthew T. Binkley Elected Candidate Member of ASES

Dr. Matthew T. Binkley Elected Candidate Member of ASES

Last month, Matthew T. Binkley, MD was elected to join the ranks of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) as a Candidate Member. The ASES notes in a press release that candidate membership in the organization is a privilege and an honor only awarded to young...

Boyle Returns to UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine

Boyle Returns to UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine

Joint replacement & reconstruction surgeon will offer appointments in Amherst, Niagara Falls and Orchard Park The Joint Replacement team at UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is continuing to grow, as the largest orthopaedic and sports medicine group in...

Different Rehab Tools You Can Use at Home

Different Rehab Tools You Can Use at Home

After injuries and surgery, we often need rehabilitation to recover from trauma to the body. Before trauma, the human body is at optimal performance, but when the body undergoes trauma, that capacity for performance decreases. Recovery and rehabilitation help to bring...

Orthopaedics Residents Put Through Paces at ‘Boot Camp’

Orthopaedics Residents Put Through Paces at ‘Boot Camp’

The Department of Orthopaedics for the first time is conducting an “intern boot camp,” a formal comprehensive program to jump-start the basic skills needed by first-year residents. The department currently accepts five incoming trainees to its residency program each...

What’s the Difference Between Gatorade and Water?

What’s the Difference Between Gatorade and Water?

Our athletic trainers see athletes all the time drinking Gatorade and other types of sports drinks, but it is often questioned whether they are really hydrating themselves while using Gatorade. Water is the No. 1 thing that our bodies need to survive, but most...

Tips for Men’s Health Week 2020

Tips for Men’s Health Week 2020

Individual health and wellness are a part of life that everyone needs to take seriously. Research has shown that most men tend to focus less on their health and well-being than their female counterparts. This is something that needs to change. As part of Men’s Health...

Keep Safety in Mind While Exercising Outdoors

Keep Safety in Mind While Exercising Outdoors

With the weather getting warmer and more people and cars outside, it’s tempting to get out and go for a walk, run or bike ride. But it’s also important to be safe. No matter what activity you choose to do outside, there can be many obstacles and distractions. From...

Tips for Women’s Health Week 2020

Tips for Women’s Health Week 2020

In the craziness of everyday life, we tend to put our own needs and wants at the bottom of our daily to-do lists. We focus on our spouses, children, work, home and life in general. One thing that we cannot forget is to do things for ourselves. Here are some health...

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