Dr. Alexandra DiMatteo, Boulder Medical Center OB-GYN specialist, provides her recommendations for healthy and safe travel during pregnancy.
by Tara Parks, DPM. “Looking back, my training for the Boston Marathon didn’t begin when my 4-month, intensive, race-focused training plan. It started many years before running in 5K and 10K races like the Bolder Boulder, then moving up to half marathons.”
Many calls to our pediatric clinic this time of year are from parents who need help with relieving seasonal allergy symptoms for their children. Here is a primer of home treatments and over-the-counter medications to help your child (and yourself) stay comfortable. By Lauren Brave, MD.
by Kathryn Hoch, M.D., OB-GYN specialist. If you suffer from heavy or painful periods, today’s treatments for Abnormal Utering Bleeding are advanced and effective.
The No-Needle, No-Scalpel Vasectomy allows for the simplest procedure with the least discomfort. After the procedure, patients are advised to stay at home, certainly for the first day and to take it easy for a few days after that.
By John Kelley, MD. When figuring out what exercise is right, I find that the largest barrier to my patients achieving their fitness goals is finding a workout that fits into their busy schedules. CrossFit and HIIT could be a solution but which is best? – John Kelley, MD, Boulder Medical Center
Advisory Council positions are open to current and former patients and their family members, primary caretakers of BMC patients, and the our staff. Specific background or healthcare experience is not necessary and we encourage all ages and walks of life to apply.
You certainly don’t have to be an ultramarathon runner to develop persistent neck or back pain and/or muscle spasms. Trigger point and dry needling therapy may help.
Seventy years ago in February 1949, ten local doctors realized their collective dream when they opened the doors of Boulder…read more
By the time we’re 50, our knees have carried us more than 75,000 miles. Most of us don’t give our knees a second thought — until degenerative knee arthritis takes its painful toll and limits our day-to-day activities.