UT Health Austin bone health expert Mica Guzman, MD, MS, DABFM, CAQSM, discusses how maintaining your bone health throughout your life can help prevent a variety of health conditions, including osteoporosis, osteopenia, fragility fractures, and stress fractures as well as other forms of bone loss that may occur as you age.
UT Health Austin registered dietitian Krystle Zuniga, PhD, RD, LD, shares 7 tips for committing to a healthier lifestyle.
UT Health Austin board-certified family medicine specialist and fellowship-trained sports medicine specialist J. Mica Guzman, MD, who serves as the Primary Care Clinical Director of UT Health Austin’s Sports and Injury Clinic, provides insight on concussion symptoms, treatment, and prevention for athletes and recreational sports enthusiasts who may be at risk during play.
You may need more than just an annual wellness check depending on your occupation or involvement in sports and activities. Here's a review of the different types of exams you or your family may need.
Don't overlook the benefits of fitting exercise into your daily routine just because you're stuck at home. UT Health Austin physical therapists have compiled effective ways for you to fit in a good workout that require no equipment, no gym, and little to no money.
UT Health Austin's Sports and Injury Clinic treats all athletes, including your everyday jogger, adaptive athletes, and athletes with disabilities. Learn how UT Health Austin orthopedic surgeon, Anthony Johnson, MD, FAOA, FACS, FAAOS, and his team are uniquely equipped to care for the needs of tactical athletes.
Heading to the slopes this season? Specialists in UT Health Austin’s Sports and Injury Clinic address the most common winter sports injuries and share tips on avoiding a potential trip to the emergency room this winter season.
Whether it’s riding their bike, playing pirates outside with their friends, or being enrolled in soccer or dance, regular exercise can provide a variety of benefits to people of all ages.
Let’s talk about that infamous stitch you get in your side during an intense cardio workout. What causes this intrusive side cramp, what can you do to get rid of it, and are there ways to completely prevent it?
If you’re an athlete, it’s tough to be sidelined due to an injury. We know it’s difficult to sit back and watch the action while you recover. So how long should you wait and what’s the best way to get back into your activity after an injury? Sports and Injury clinical specialists discuss the safest way to get back into the game after an injury.
With high temperatures, it’s important to be aware that heat illness in athletes (but it can happen to anyone) can be a risk that should be taken very seriously. UT Health Austin sports and injury specialists discuss heat illness risk and how you can stay safe.