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Running Footwear: Safety Gear or Setup for Injury?

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Since the advent of the running craze in the 1970s, the athletic shoe industry has been perpetually evolving, adapting new technologies and materials to maximize shock absorption, gait stabilization and arch support. More recently, shoe makers have even thrown wearable tech into the mix. Yet for all the apparent changes in style and functionality, the […]

Managing SI Joint Pain

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Your sacroiliac, or SI joints create the junction between your spine and your pelvis. Although limited in movement, SI joints play a vital role during physical activity, absorbing shock from impact forces and transferring upper body forces to the pelvis and lower extremities. Your SI joints are supported by a strong network of ligaments and […]

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Sleeping with Pinched Nerve Pain

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A pinched nerve may be easy to ignore when you are busy throughout your day. However, when it comes time to wind down and get some sleep, a pinched nerve becomes the focal point of your attention, and the pain is hard to ignore. Going to bed with a pinched nerve may take some planning […]

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Can Wearing Your Woolies Help Ease Your Low Back Pain? This Peer-Reviewed Study Says Yes!

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The tenacious nature of chronic low back pain (LBP) makes it one of the most commonly reported medical complaints of adults over 40. While in many cases health care providers can identify the specific root cause of LBP and prescribe effective treatment, a vast majority of LBP complaints are non-specific in nature, meaning they cannot […]

Ultrasound vs MRI for Detecting Tennis Elbow Tears

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Tennis elbow, clinically known as chronic lateral epicondylitis, is an affliction often seen in patients between ages 35 and 60. Ironically, despite its name, only about 20 percent of tennis players actually experience tennis elbow. Tennis elbow symptoms arise from placing force loads on muscles and tendons that are not conditioned to handle the stress. […]

Recurrent Hamstring Injury in Athletes

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Hamstring strains are among the most common athletic injuries, particularly in sports like football, soccer, and other sports that involve high speed running and kicking. Dancers are also highly prone to hamstring strains, with 34 percent reporting at least one incident of acute hamstring strain.3 Once an athlete has suffered a hamstring strain, the risk […]

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