Use the Stamford Moms 2022 Fitness Guide to find ways to get moving in the new year! Our list of gyms and trainers are sure to help you feel good… whether you’re looking to head to a group fitness class or workout in your living room!
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With winter in full effect – and both indoor and outdoor sports such a big part of our kid’s lives right now – learn from Coastal Orthopedics 3 tips for keeping your children safe this season, while enjoying all of their favorite activities & sports!
The holiday season has officially started, which means lots of hands-on festivities such as baking, shopping, and decorating. It can be a stressful time and more often than not our pain is set aside. Don’t ignore your hand, wrist, or elbow pain this holiday season – visit the Hand Center at Coastal Orthopedics.
Did you know that doctors have been seeing an increase in foot injuries and other issues during the pandemic? Moms especially are prone to everything from toe fractures to chronic aches and pains. We asked Sean Peden, MD, foot and ankle orthopedic surgeon and assistant professor, orthopedic foot and ankle specialist, Yale School of Medicine, to explain why he’s seeing more moms in his office than ever—and how we can protect our feet.
With help from the Dr. Katie Detox program, your reset will be exactly what your body and soul need. Learn more about the two programs available and how the meal delivery option works!
Dr. Samantha Smith, pediatric orthopedist, at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital provides tips on how kids should approach becoming active again for fall sports through stretching and slowly increasing their exercise levels.
Our parent company, The Local Moms Network spoke to Dr. Michelle Chung, a clinical psychologist who works with YourMomCares. She is sharing helpful information, including how social media is contributing to mental health concerns in children and adolescents.
The Local Moms Network spoke to a pediatric infectious disease specialist from Yale Medicine, who explains some easy ways to keep your family safe from Lyme Disease. Learn more here.
As we all anxiously await the end of this dreadful pandemic, we look forward to what 2021 will bring us. Click here for information from Dr. Joshua Frank at OrthoConnecticut what he has learned over the many years in sports medicine about a sudden change in activity in terms of increasing the risk of injury!