Author archive for Michelle Alford

  • Dr. Lauren Streicher: Educating Patients on their Options

    By Michelle Alford on March 5, 2014
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    Lauren Streicher, MD is an Associate Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University’s medical school, The Feinberg School of Medicine, and is the founder of Gynecologic Specialists of Northwestern, SC. She is a Fellow in the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, a Diplomat of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a member of the Association for Gynecologic […]
  • Dr. Glenn M. LaMuraglia: Lessons from the Boston Marathon Bombing

    By Michelle Alford on March 4, 2014
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    Dr. Glenn LaMuraglia is a vascular surgeon in Boston who treated victims from the Boston Marathon Bombing at Mass General Hospital.
  • Dr. Richard A. D’Amico: Treating Scars around the World

    By Michelle Alford on January 9, 2014
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    Richard A. D’Amico, MD, FACS, has treated scars and stretch marks for over twenty years. He is on the Board of Directors of the Society of Plastic Surgery Skin Care Specialists and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. He serves on the ASAPS Innovative Technology Committee, which evaluates and makes recommendations on the latest procedures and techniques performed in cosmetic […]
  • Dr. Robert Klapper: Preventing Knee Surgery

    By Michelle Alford on October 17, 2013
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    Robert Klapper, MD, is director of the Joint Replacement Program and an orthopedic surgeon at Cedars-Sinai Medical Group and Cedars-Sinai Health Associates. He is a leader in minimally invasive surgical technique and holds nine patents on specially designed instruments used in orthopedic surgery. He was the orthopedic consultant to the TV show “ER,” and is the co-host of ESPN Radio’s Weekend Warrior. He’s co-authored two […]
  • How to Exercise an Injured Knee – Forward Lunge

    By Michelle Alford on September 5, 2013
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    Michelle and Gail from Knee1 walk you through how to exercise an injured knee--or knee exercises to use to strengthen your knees so you can avoid injury. This exercise is the Single Leg Balance with Forward Lunge. This is a more advanced version of the Single Leg Balance, so make sure that you master that exercise before moving on to this one.
  • How to Exercise an Injured Knee – Static Lunge

    By Michelle Alford on September 3, 2013
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    Michelle and Gail from Knee1 walk you through how to exercise an injured knee--or knee exercises to use to strengthen your knees so you can avoid injury. This exercise is the Static Lunge. This is a more advanced version of the Single Leg Balance, so make sure that you master that exercise before moving on to this one
  • How to Exercise an Injured Knee – Single Leg Balance with Ball Throw

    By Michelle Alford on August 27, 2013
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    Michelle and Gail from Knee1 walk you through how to exercise an injured knee--or knee exercises to use to strengthen your knees so you can avoid injury. This exercise is the Single Leg Balance with Ball Throw. This is a more advanced version of the Single Leg Balance, so make sure that you master that exercise before moving on to this one.
  • How to Exercise an Injured Knee – Single Leg Balance

    By Michelle Alford on August 22, 2013
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    Michelle and Gail from Knee1 walk you through how to exercise an injured knee--or knee exercises to use to strengthen your knees so you can avoid injury. This exercise is the Single Leg Balance.
  • How to Exercise an Injured Knee – Step Down

    By Michelle Alford on August 21, 2013
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    Michelle and Gail from Knee1 walk you through how to exercise an injured knee--or knee exercises to use to strengthen your knees so you can avoid injury. This exercise is the Step Down.
  • How to Exercise an Injured Knee – Step Up

    By Michelle Alford on August 19, 2013
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    Michelle and Gail from Knee1 walk you through how to exercise an injured knee--or knee exercises to use to strengthen your knees so you can avoid injury. This exercise is the Step Up.