Mike Millen just may be the fittest person over the age of 60 on the planet. He’s become a bit of a social media superstar thanks to videos of his unusual workouts, but what we love about Mike is his creativity in his workouts and his belief that fitness must be fun in order to be successful and sustainable. Get inspired to find the fun in your fitness.
One in four people is living with the painful effects of arthritis. In fact, it’s the number one cause of disability. Dr. Shazia Bég of the UCF College of Medicine explains what you need to know about the various forms of arthritis, including the serious rheumatoid arthritis.
Aging isn’t always about how you look; sometimes it’s about how you see. As we get older, our eyes begin to change. The question is: do you know what’s normal or what could be a warning sign of something more serious?
Team Growing Bolder Medical Director Robert Masson, M.D. is constantly working to evolve the world’s least invasive spinal reconstruction platform. He and his world-class team have a passion for performance and a commitment to excellence on behalf of those they care for. They believe in a holistic approach to resolving spine issues that avoids surgery whenever possible. That belief in a whole-person approach to spine health is one of the reasons the NeuroSpine Institute will now be known as the Masson Spine Institute. Learn more about this exciting change.
One of the keys to Growing Bolder is maintaining our quality of life in order to be able to engage in the activities we love as we age. The good news is that technology, skilled surgeons and great medical care are all providing many options to make that a reality. Dr. Obinna Adigweme of the UCF College of Medicine explains what you need to know about keeping your joints healthy as you age.
Your past may be the key to your future health. A top researcher explains says the precision medicine revolution has not only arrived, it’s changing the very nature of health-care in this country. Find out how to help your doctors best help you.
Kenneth Cooper, M.D., is a pioneer of preventive medicine and the man who coined the term “aerobics” in his landmark book of the same name. Now 86, he’s still practicing what he preaches with daily workouts and a commitment to healthy living.
How are surgeons balancing a patient’s need for pain relief with the nation’s opioid crisis? Team Growing Bolder Medical Director Robert Masson, M.D., weighs in on the issue that has become a public health emergency in recent years.
Three million men in the U.S. are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year, yet more and more physicians are saying prostate screenings and sometimes even treatment are unnecessary. Virgil Dawson, M.D., of the UCF College of Medicine, offers advice for wading through the conflicting recommendations from major healthcare groups.
One of the nation’s first facilities offering wellness, medical and fitness programs and services — all under one roof — is coming soon to Winter Park, Florida. See how it will forever change the way people in the community and beyond access life-saving and life-changing resources.