Dr. Albert Reff spoke at the Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce November Lunch and Learn about Arthritis, prevention, care, and joint procedures with the latest medical technology.Read More
It’s not too late to register for the November Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce Lunch & Learn featuring Dr. Albert Reff. The Lunch & Learn will be on Wednesday, November 7th from 12-1:30pm at the Belamar Hotel in Manhattan Beach. To register click here: MB Lunch & Learn
There will be food and a chance to meet people active in the community, plus you will get to hear Dr. Reff discuss the best ways to keep healthy joints and ask all the questions you want!
Download the flyer below for all the details!
Take action toward maintaining and improving your health by enjoying FREE: classes, health assessments, food sampling and lectures at the Center for Health & Fitness (CHF). Visit the CHF front desk or call 310-374-3426 x147 to register.Read More
Vitamin D contributes to many important functions in the body, including the absorption of calcium and improvement of bone strength. Higher vitamin D levels have also been linked to reducing injury and improving athletic performance.Read More
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in 2016, emergency departments, doctors’ offices and clinics treated 23,873 patients for yoga-related injuries. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) offers safety tips to help individuals prevent injuries and reap the benefits of Yoga.
Participating in a friendly game of basketball is a fun way to exercise while enjoying your favorite sport. Whether playing recreationally or professionally, this fast-paced sport provides a full body workout helping to build muscle strength and bone density. However, one foul play can lead to painful injuries of the foot, ankle or knee.Read More
Join the Center for Health & Fitness for National Center Health & Fitness Week, the nation’s largest health event encouraging all older adults to take action toward maintaining and improving their health. Enjoy FREE classes, educational lectures and assessments.Read More
With people living longer than ever, arthritis of the hip and knee is more common. There may be a need for 500,000 hip replacements and 3,000,000 knee replacements each year by the year 2030.Read More
Baby boomers, determined to keep moving no matter what wear and tear and arthritis have wrought, are fueling a surge in joint replacements. Taking advantage of improved artificial joints and surgical methods, aging Americans are getting so many new hips, knees, shoulders, and ankles that orthopedic surgeons are having trouble meeting the demand.Read More