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It’s a New Year, but it hurts to move!
It’s that time of year again when you make goals for the New Year. How about if you have a goal to improve your health by being more physically active, but unfortunately you are in too much PAIN to move!
Cortisone Injections: Worth the Stick?
Cortisone shots are injections used to alleviate pain and decrease inflammation in a certain area of the body that can treat a wide variety of conditions.
Understanding Pro Boxer Manny Pacquiao’s Shoulder Injury
Understanding Pro Boxer Manny Pacquiao’s Shoulder Injury.
The Tommy John Epidemic: What Our Young Pitchers Need to Know Now!
What is ailing our great baseball pitchers and what do our youth pitchers need to know to prevent "Tommy John" injuries?
5 Questions With: Corinne VanBeek, MD
5 Questions With Corinne VanBeek, MD
"No Pain, No Gain" Beneficial or Detrimental?
Without a doubt, the culture of physical fitness is built on sacrifice and self-discipline, but we must also be cautious.
“New Year’s” Nutrition for Athletes
For competitive athletes, and fitness exercisers alike, a small investment in nutrition awareness in the New Year may pay huge dividends in reaching refreshed goals.
5 Questions With: Christina Kunec
A clinical neuropsychologist is a professional in the field of psychology with special expertise in the applied science of brain-behavior relationships.
Concussion: What Signs & Symptoms To Look Out For
In general, symptoms of concussion cluster into four groups – physical, sleep-related, cognitive, and emotional. Know what to look for.
Concussion & Youth Sports
When it comes to youth sports, the highest occurrences have been in girls' soccer and football. Here's why.