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.”
Category Archives: Men’s Health
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
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.
“Patients have told me they consider these feelings a normal part of aging that can’t be changed. The good news is that things can be done to help.” ~ Elise Reinhard, M.D.
Living in beautiful, sunny Boulder County exposes us to approximately 25 percent more ultraviolet radiation when compared with sea level. Kim Guthke, PA-C offers a dermatologist’s view about sun risk in Boulder County, skin protection tips, and her favorite sunscreens for your body and face.
The thyroid gland is vital to metabolism, growth and maturation. Located at the front part of the neck and shaped like a butterfly, the thyroid helps regulate many body functions by releasing hormones into the bloodstream. If too little thyroid hormone is produced, our body can slow down. This condition is called hypothyroidism.
In the world of men’s health, prevention, screenings, and early detection of problems is key to health and happiness. That’s why having a trusted primary care provider in your corner and visiting him or her regularly is important to optimal wellness.
Dr. Jose Delgado, MD, internal medicine specialist at Boulder Medical Center, discusses the new blood pressure targets, home blood pressure monitoring, lifestyle modifications and more…
Drinking too much alcohol increases people’s risk of injuries, violence, drowning, liver disease and some types of cancer. Learn more about how alcohol affects your body, strategies for reducing or quitting, resources for getting help.