Welcome to the June newsletter from Ohana Sports Medicine.


Staying Active through Back Pain

Back pain can make it hard to move around and may lead to inactivity if it is not properly addressed. It is important to resist the urge to sit or rest in bed for prolonged periods as this can worsen back pain.

Remaining active is an essential part of pain management, but care must be taken to move around safely in order to avoid re-injury.

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How ergonomics play a role in injury prevention 

Ergonomics involves ensuring that the tasks you need to do don’t wear down your body or cause injury. Applying ergonomics at the workplace (or your home office) helps prevent injuries and improves overall performance.

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If you’re tired of suffering from persistent pain, a Physical Therapist can design a pain management plan that will help maximize your positive results - one that those around you can easily see. Show them your best with help from the Physical Therapists at Ohana Sports Medicine.


Understanding Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a common, but silent skeletal disorder that is characterized by the loss of minerals that promote strong bones. This leads to weak, brittle bones that can easily fracture. An estimated 75 million people around the world are affected by this condition and for a number of people it can lead to hospitalization and surgery.

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 Have you been searching for healthy dinner and dessert recipes? Here are two you’re sure to love.


Primavera Stuffed Chicken


This delicacy combines boneless chicken with zucchini, tomatoes, yellow bell peppers, extra-virgin olive oil, parsley, and mozzarella. In addition to the vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals, this recipe calls for a touch of Italian seasoning that adds extra spice to this nutritious meal. I made this while under quarantine! It was amazing.

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Blueberry Coffee Cake


For this delicious dessert recipe, you need all-purpose flour, whole-wheat flour, cinnamon, walnuts, brown sugar, vanilla extract, nonfat yogurt, and blueberries.

This easy recipe is a source of fiber and antioxidants. Enjoy this yummy treat today.

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