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Category: Concussion

The Weekend Warrior: Dispelling Old Myths

Weekdays are always a mad dash. You run out the door in the nick of time, do the school drop off, head to work, slide into your chair and kiss the desk. You work all day and run out in time for afternoon car pool. After a jam-packed evening, which – who needs me to

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Unexpected Consequences – Youth Sports

Unexpected Consequences – Youth Sports

We all know kids who specialize in a single sport. The advantages seem obvious. Putting in more time early and working harder than the competition leads to a better chance of success later, right? Even though that seems to make sense, early specialization may not be giving kids the advantages parents imagine. And it comes

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Why Walking Poles Are Your New Best Friend

Why Walking Poles Are Your New Best Friend

Do you abhor abdominal exercise but yearn for a stronger core? Want to be in nature, but worry about walking on uneven trails? Are you trying to lose weight? Do you want a stronger upper body? All these things are within reach if you grab two little walking poles! Here’s why: Walking poles keep you

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Concussion – An Under-Diagnosed Condition

Concussion – An Under-Diagnosed Condition

It’s depressing… how could a little fender bender wreak such havoc? Though it’s been months since her accident, Julia still feels dizzy. And she’s exhausted. The focus required in her nursing job wears her out, especially when she’s on the computer. She usually leaves work with a headache, and dragging herself to the gym is hard

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Hit Reset on Painful Movement Patterns

Hit Reset on Painful Movement Patterns

You can’t even look over your shoulder to check traffic before you change lanes. You grip the wheel a little tighter, tense your shoulders, and yank your head around. Ouch. Or, you just take a chance and change lanes anyway. Double ouch. You can’t move because you have limited neck motion. Or do you?  Try

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