Learn All About The Ways In Which High Altitude Training Can Impact Your Performance

It’s safe to say that any endurance sport that evaluates an athlete’s stamina, speed, and reaction time, seconds make a difference. And in some cases, fractions of a second can make the final say between first place and second place. If you’re an avid runner or if you can’t seem to ever make your way…

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Chronic Back Pain 101 How To Treat It – What Are The Remedies & How To Live Your Life

It’s safe to say that back injuries are most often the most difficult injuries to recover from. Our spine and our lumbar support system are responsible for so much of what we do as humans. And sometimes, even worse than a back injury is experiencing a constant, aching, chronic pain in your back that prohibits…

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How To Tell When Pain In Your Hand Is Something More Serious?

What Are The Warning Signs of Arthritis In Your Hands? If you constantly find yourself using your hands throughout the day, whether at work or at home, it’s safe to say that you might experience just a bit more discomfort than the usual individual. For instance, if you spend most of the day at work…

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5 Tips To Make This Ski Season The Best One Yet!

Hit The Slopes In Stride – Stay Safe – And Have Fun! Brace yourselves – ski season is upon us! And with a new ski season coming into view as the warmer weeks of September and October continue to wind down, we just know how excited all of those ski enthusiasts are as they plan…

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The Runner’s War: Sore Feet

Now that Labor Day is over, all of those runners out there are preparing to face the colder months in stride – literally! And while the weather certainly plays a large part in the runner’s war, there’s something else that can be just as dangerous. It’s something that runners battle all year ‘round, too! Any…

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How To Prepare Your Body For Skiing Season: Part II

When skiing season finally hits its full swing, you need to make sure that you’ve been stretching and preparing all summer long to ensure that your weekend on the slopes doesn’t end in a dangerous injury. Here at Orthopedic Associates of Denver, we’re proud to provide you with a number of different resources that should…

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How To Prepare Your Body For Skiing Season: Part I

With Labor Day behind us, it’s time to usher in the advent of our favorite season – ski season. And soon the slopes all around the world will be filled with skiers, snowboarders, and winter sports enthusiast who love nothing more than to take the exhilarating experience in stride. But remember, when it comes to…

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Dr. Choudhry comments on Elway’s treatment of his hand condition

ESPN recently published an article about his Dupuytren’s contracture, also known as Viking’s disease. Orthopedic Associates Dr. Imran Choudhry took some questions about the article and the condition and has provided the following commentary. To view the original article click here: Published on ESPN.com Q: What is the condition that John Elway has and what causes…

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Are CrossFit-Style Workouts Safe? We Examine Perception vs. Reality

CrossFit… everyone is doing it? But what is the deal? If you haven’t watched a class you are missing out. It is certainly a spectacle to behold, but is it safe for everyone? Let’s take a look at the perceptions and truths about CrossFit-style workouts.  “Danger ahead! CrossFit is one of the top most dangerous…

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Broken bones – why are they more common during the summer season?

There are obvious injuries that occur more often in the summer – examples like sunburn and heat stroke make sense as consequences of spending too much time in the direct sun. However, did you know that there are more broken bones in the summer as well? Why is that? This week we take a look…

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