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Get Moving During Physical Fitness and Sports Month

May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. It’s time to get moving! Now that the weather has improved in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, try a few of these tips to fit more activity into your day and also get more out of your daily activities. Find activities you like – There are many different […]

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Uncategorized / Dr. Philippe Cote

Being a Physician in Rhode Island

I was curious about the origin of the term “blog” as I have been asked to write one. The Merriam Webster Dictionary supplies the following definition: a Web site that contains an online personal journal with reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks provided by the writer. Well, it seems that by DEFINITION my blog contains MY […]

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Shoulder / Ryan Correia

How to Warm Up Your Shoulder to Prevent Injury

Fortunately, after a long, cold and snowy winter, baseball and softball season are beginning. However, in order to enjoy the sights, sounds and gameplay at the ballpark, it is important to maintain your shoulder and elbow health.

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Uncategorized / Ken Furcolo

The Aging Runner

The aging runner or athlete struggles to maintain or improve on their younger performance measures but the effects of aging on athletic performance are without exception.

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Bone Health / Ortho Rhode Island

Spring into Walking: 5 Benefits of Walking

Walking is an easy, convenient and low-impact form of exercise that has tremendous physical benefits. Take advantage of the spring weather in Rhode Island and get outside for a walk when you wake up or on your lunch break, no matter your age or athletic ability. Just 30 minutes a day can make a major […]

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Uncategorized / Ortho Rhode Island

Farewell Matt!

One of our most beloved employees Matt Kinne, says goodbye. 

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Exercise / Ortho Rhode Island

Rotator Cuff Injuries in Spring Sports

As the temperature rises in New England, so does the occurrence of sports-related rotator cuff injuries. Spring sports such as baseball, golf and tennis all place a considerable amount of stress on the rotator cuff, and producing injuries in the area. Injury to the rotator cuff weakens the shoulder, impairing performance in sports activities as […]

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Uncategorized / Dr. Anthony Deluise

Licensing Professionals is Important

I am an Occupational Therapist here at Foundry Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and I have been actively practicing since 1997. In order for me to actively practice, I hold a national licensure as well as a license in the state of Rhode Island and Massachusetts. 

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ACL / Ortho Rhode Island

Common Injuries in Car Accidents

Car accidents occur daily on Rhode Island and Massachusetts roads. Being involved in a car accident may leave you feeling fine at first, but symptoms can show up weeks later when you least expect them. Here are the most common types of car accident injuries and how you can prevent the pain from controlling your […]

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