1. Am I Injured or Just Sore?

    Am I Injured or Just Sore? There’s nothing more satisfying than that feeling of being sore after a tough workout. It gives that feeling of accomplishment. It makes walking up and down stairs and sitting down and getting up a bit harder—all reminders of the hard work you just put in. But sometime…Read More

  2. What to Expect During Sports Injury Rehabilitation

    As an athlete you are, by nature, a very active and physical person—the last thing you want is an injury slowing you down or keeping you from playing the game you love. But because you’re an athlete, you have likely had the unfortunate and painful experience of at least one twisted ankle, pulled…Read More

  3. Is Trigger Point Massage Therapy Right for You?

    Trigger point massage therapy is one of the fastest-growing therapies in the world. Why? Because it works. It’s one of the most effective types of massage therapy available and has been proven to alleviate muscle and soft tissue pain—a pain millions of people suffer from. In fact, studies have s…Read More

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    The Cutting-Edge Cryotherapy Machine: Everything You Need to Know

    How Do Cryotherapy Machines Work? Cryotherapy is an athletic treatment used to shorten recovery time between training and workouts. In each session, athletes enter a cryotherapy machine, where extremely cold air (think Antarctica) is blown over their body for approximately two to three minutes. Nitr…Read More

  5. Shoulder Therapy

    Effective Shoulder Therapy Treatments for Pain and Tendonitis

    Shoulder tendonitis is an injury resulting in inflammation of your rotator cuff and/or biceps tendon. It usually results from your tendon being pinched by surrounding structures. Shoulder tendonitis often leads to  rotator cuff tears if left untreated, which can snowball into degenerative calcific …Read More

  6. Spinal Decompression

    How to Treat Spinal Disorders with Spinal Decompression

    Back and neck pain are two of the most common issues people experience throughout their lifetime. In fact, at any given time, nearly 31 million people in the U.S. are experiencing lower-back pain. Additionally, back pain is one of the most common reasons cited for missing work, which is why it’s i…Read More

  7. Concussion Recovery

    What are the Best Concussion Recovery Methods?

    Concussion recovery and management is an important and often complex process within the sports medicine and neurology fields. With nearly 2.5 million concussions and traumatic brain injuries occurring in the United States each year, proper concussion treatment is vital. In 2012 alone, approximately …Read More

  8. too little sleep and an unhealthy diet could increase the risk of injury in teen athletes

    How Poor Diets Increase Teens’ Injury Risk

    Parents, coaches, doctors and trainers have all been telling young athletes for years to avoid unhealthy lifestyle choices and injury risk by making sure that they get enough sleep, hydrate and eat a healthy diet. Kids have always taken this with a grain of salt and an eye-roll stating, “we know, …Read More

  9. Speed up workout recovery time with the NormaTec recovery system.

    Why NormaTec Recovery is the Best Method for Athletic Recovery

    A strenuous workout can leave you drained and exhausted. Whether you are a professional athlete, training for a marathon or simply giving your body a total workout, repetitive demanding exercise routines can take a toll on the body, which can create the need for rehab and increase recovery time. A t…Read More

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    How to Prevent and Treat the 5 Most Common CrossFit Injuries

    Doctors and chiropractors have seen more and more CrossFit injuries as CrossFit has become an increasingly popular fitness regimen, sport and training method for athletes, military, police and everyday gym-goers. It is based on an increased work capacity across a variety of different exercises and a…Read More