When you are tired, feeling old, or having discomfort or pain it is normal to want to sit around. But the body was made for movement and stays healthiest with plenty of motion and lifting. Inactivity can lead to increased blood sugar, diabetes, weight gain, heart and vascular disease, weak bones and muscles, and even increased pain.
Getting proper sleep is a first step to rejuvenate the body, and then fueling it well with good nutrients.
Next, it needs to get moving! Build into every hour of your day active movements of bending, squatting, stretching, lifting, and walking. Prolonged sitting whether at work, home, in front of the television, computer, even with a book, or at a restaurant is detrimental to your physical health! You can counteract this with exercise and simply walking. So, if you have specific musculoskeletal impairments or pain involving the joints or the spine let us know. We can help you address them and KEEP MOVING!
Written by Dr. Daniel J. Leizman, M.D.
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Spine Care, Sports Medicine
Interventional Pain Management
Orthopaedic Surgery Associates is a modern facility that provides a wide range of orthopedic and rehabilitation services. We are one of the nation’s most progressive groups for diagnosing and treating hand, knee, hip, spinal, foot, and other orthopedic disorders and injuries in Palm Beach County (Boca Raton and Boynton Beach).
Orthopaedic Surgery Associates is known mainly for its highly professional and experienced group of orthopedic surgeons, who are regularly recognized for their fantastic work.
If you’d like to consult one of our orthopaedic surgeons, we are here for you. Our professional team of orthopedic physicians will take good care of you.
Our office serves patients in the Palm Beach County area with two convenient locations
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