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4 Tips to prevent running Injuries

4 Tips to prevent running Injuries   Running injuries are very common. Injury prevention could be helpful, especially if you are training for longer distances like a half or full marathon. There is no one reason why runners get injured, but there are many...

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Knee Injury Rehabilitation (Gluteus Muscle Activation)

Knee Injury Rehabilitation (Gluteus Muscle Activation)   The knee is one of the largest and most complex joints in the body. It is an articulation between the thigh bone (femur) and the shin bone (tibia). The smaller bone that runs alongside the tibia...

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3 Exercises for lower back pain

3 Exercises for lower back pain   Lower back pain (LBP) is the fifth most common reason for physician visits, which affects nearly 60-80% of people throughout their lifetime. The lifetime prevalence of lower back pain is reported to be as high as 84%....

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Acute Injury Management (Avoid HARM)

Acute Injury Management (Avoid HARM)   The first 24-48 hours after sustaining a soft tissue injury are crucial in ensuring the best outcome for healing.  As a general rule, management for most injuries is as simple as remembering two simple acronyms –...

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Acute Injury Management (POLICE Porotocol)

Acute Injury Management (POLICE Porotocol)   The first aid method of treating musculoskeletal injuries has been taught through the pneumonic, R.I.C.E, (Rest, Ice, Compress, Elevate.) and P.R.I.CE (Protection,Rest,Ice,Compress,Elevate). However, we are...

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Who does need an X-ray after an ankle sprain?

Who does need an X-ray after an ankle sprain?   Ankle sprains are a common occurrence in athletes as well as the general population. Traditionally, physicians would order radiographs for all ankle injuries, although less than 15% would have a clinically significant...

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