Sports Medicine
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Anti-Inflammatory Foods: Injury Healing Through Nutrition

“Do I have to eat beets to heal my injury? They smell like dirt. And they dye my teeth red!”... Read full post »
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The Importance of Activity for Kids with Physical Disabilities

Cheering fans and screaming athletes are familiar sounds in gymnasiums and fields across the country. From little league baseball to... Read full post »
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Rolling Techniques to Relieve Pain, Discomfort and Tension

Everyone has dealt with sore, tense or cramped muscles from time to time and as a physical therapist, I regularly... Read full post »
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Cupping Therapy: Does it Improve Athletic Abilities?

Cupping is an ancient form of medicine that lost popularity in the western medical world towards the late 20th century.... Read full post »
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Shoulder Pain and Injuries in Volleyball Athletes

Whether your volleyball athlete is just starting their season or has been training year-round, shoulder pain is not normal and... Read full post »

Performing Arts Medicine: Preventing Injuries to the Artistic Athlete

Dance competition season is in full swing and just like other sports, there are long, grueling practices with repetition of... Read full post »

Understanding Rhabdo: Why You Should Take Exertional Rhabdomyolysis Seriously

While it feels as if high school football season has just ended, many high schools and universities have already started... Read full post »

Injury Prevention in Softball and Baseball

Throwing injuries can put limitations on the ability of some athletes to continue playing their sport. Throwing and pitching require... Read full post »