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Keep Backs and Necks Happy When Heading to School

Keep Backs and Necks Happy When Heading to School

After over a year of remote learning due to the pandemic, students are back at school for in‐person education. While attending school is a wonderful opportunity for learning, social development, and physical activity, those benefits don’t come without risk. NWOS hopes this year’s back‐to‐school time will result in developing student behaviors and habits for healthier bodies that can be maintained for a lifetime.

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Playing Sports in Your 40s and 50s

Playing Sports in Your 40s and 50s

Even though you’ve slowed down as your priorities have shifted, your love of sports and your desire to stay active has never faded, so it’s important to find that balance. Playing sports and a consistent exercise routine is vital for health and is an important social outlet.

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Staying Active As You Age

Staying Active As You Age

Our goal at NWOS is to keep people as active and healthy as possible and sometimes that requires orthopedic care. Preventative care, like staying active as you get older, is by far more important. NWOS's Dr. Jonathan P. Keeve discusses how staying active can have multiple health benefits.

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Staying Active While Staying Home

Staying Active While Staying Home

The COVID-19 pandemic and “Stay Home. Stay Safe” edicts provide an opportunity to maintain your workout routine (or start a new one). Northwest Orthopaedic Specialists has tips to help you now that gyms are closed and you have more free time.

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