Osteoarthritis: Clearing Up A Confusing Diagnosis

Osteoarthritis is the most common joint disorder in the United States and may cause pain, stiffness, and limitations with day to day activities. Unfortunately, many people feel forced to give up their favorite sports or lifestyle as a result of being labeled with “osteoarthritis”. A diagnosis of “osteoarthritis” can be

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ACL Injury, The Brain, and the High Re-Injury Rate

A Need for “External Focus of Attention” in ACL Rehab Can an injury to a ligament actually affect how your brain works? And can the change in your brain actually make you more prone to injury? If you have torn the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in your knee, you understand

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5 Mistakes Snow-Skiers make that cause Knee Problems

Ever wonder why so many snow-skiers have KNEE pain? Are YOU making these mistakes? It’s not your imagination, it is proven in the research that knees are the most frequently injured body part and the risk of severe arthritis is high. In this post, you will learn 5 reasons why

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Hidden Weakness that leads to Knee Pain and Ankle Sprains

What do ankle sprains, knee pain, hip pain, and lower back pain all have in common? 👉 When evaluating a patient with any of the above complaints, we OFTEN find an underlying balance deficit that was most likely present before the pain or injury was ever acknowledged. Do you have

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Choosing the Best Injury Prevention Program for You

An injury to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament, known as the ACL, can be season-ending and life-changing for a competitive athlete.  As a coach, parent, or athlete, you would prefer to hear anything besides those three letters…A.C.L, which is why choosing an injury prevention program before that happens is so important.

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Managing Injuries with PEACE & LOVE

Injury management has evolved over the years, and the once highly recognized R.I.C.E. method may not be the only, or best, way to handle acute injuries. A more active recovery strategy is stepping front and center. R.I.C.E. is an acronym for Rest, Ice, Compress, and Elevate, which was the standard

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Stop ACL Injuries without Sacrificing Practice Time

Nobody wants to be sidelined with an injury. Nobody wants to watch their kid suffer through pain and frustration of a major injury and long road to recovery. Nobody wants to be the coach with a star athlete on the bench because of a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) in

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Raising the Bar this Ski and Ride Season

Discover How to Ease Stiff/Achey Knees, Prevent Injuries, and Prepare Better

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