Tag Archives: Sports Injuries

Good Pain vs Bad Pain: Know The Difference

A little pain during and after exercise is normal; it’s how we push our bodies to become stronger, more flexible and increase our endurance. But how much pain is ok and when is pain actually an injury?

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Pitcher’s Elbow: Risk Factors And Prevention

Spring has arrived, and with it, the start of baseball. Baseball’s season is a long one. Practices and games are numerous, and the potential for injury (especially injury caused by overuse and repetitive motion) is high. This is particularly true … Continue reading

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Train Smart for Fall and Winter Sports

As usual, the summer has flown by and we’re now in the midst of the fall sports season and looking forward to the winter sports season. That means for many, pre-season training and conditioning. How you prepare for an athletic … Continue reading

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New Guidelines for Evaluation & Treatment of Concussions

Concussions have been an active topic of discussion among medical providers, coaches, parents and athletes for several years – and for good reason. Over 1 million student and adult athletes suffer from concussions each year. Left untreated, this mild form … Continue reading

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