Category: Dr. Kevin R. Stone

Learning not to give in

We give in too often. Whether it is to an injury, disease, age, or loneliness, the affliction overwhelms our potential.…

7 days ago

Navigating a hospital stay

Hospitalization can be a pretty bad experience. Almost everyone needs a guardian to protect them while there. Here are some…

1 month ago

What’s hot and what’s not in knee surgery: a few of the highlights

Stem cells are both in and out. It was once thought that if these cells were injected into joints, they…

1 month ago

Cell turnover keeps athletes like Tom Brady healthy despite bacteria-ridden mouth guard

Watch Tom Brady’s mouth guard. In and out of his mouth, covered in football sweat and dirt. Hanging in or…

2 months ago

Tips for dealing with back pain

Low back pain connects with a special region in the brain and produces the fear that you will never be…

2 months ago

Top five reasons to avoid space travel

1. Gravity *The lack of gravitational force is deadly to humans. The list of bodily systems that don’t work properly…

3 months ago

Pop, catch, give way: The sounds you don’t want to hear

“Doc, my knee popped, it now catches and gives way.” Whether it is the knee, the ankle, the hip, or…

3 months ago

10 uncommon tips for staying safe on the ski slopes

Surely you have heard the usual advice: Get strong, stay flexible, don’t take the last run, and ski with a…

3 months ago