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Top 5 Foot and Ankle Injury Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

Foot and ankle injuries are some of the most common types of injuries to befall adults. In fact, millions of Americans address potential foot and ankle injuries with their doctors each year, from fractures to sprains and everything in between. However, it can sometimes be difficult to know whether or not the pain you feel […]

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Best Core Stabilization Exercises

A strong core is crucial to everyday life. Core strength helps protect your back, relieve pain, and improve your balance and posture. If you’re looking for ways to stabilize your core, consider the following exercises. Top Exercises for Core Strengthening and Stabilizing Forearm Planks Planks help build your core as well as your shoulders and […]

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What Causes Lower Back Pain While Standing?

According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, roughly 80% of Americans will experience lower back pain at some point in their life. Whether it’s felt while sitting, standing, or sleeping, lower back pain can be debilitating and disruptive to your day-to-day lifestyle. Here are some of the causes of lower back pain […]

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What Are the Top 5 Worst Shoulder Exercises?

An efficient workout involves choosing exercises that maximize your strength in a minimum amount of time. However, there are some shoulder exercises that could be detrimental to your progress and could result in injury if you’re not careful. Top 5 Worst Shoulder Exercises Here are some of the worst shoulder exercises that could put you […]

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How to Walk the Dog Without Getting Hurt

While walking your dog is a great way for you and your furry friend to bond, get outside, and get some exercise, it can be an injury risk if you’re not paying careful attention. In fact, dog walking injuries are more common than you may think as 2017 saw 4,400 reported ER visits related to […]

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Common Running Injuries and How to Prevent Them

Running is one of the most popular ways to stay fit; however, the activity can also be taxing on the body as there are many injuries commonly associated with the sport. Therefore, if you enjoy running to stay in shape, it is important to know about the common running injuries and how you can prevent […]

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What Is Gluteal Tendinopathy?

Gluteal Tendinopathy (GT), often referred to as Greater Trochanter Pain Syndrome (GTPS), can affect both athletes and those who are inactive. The disorder occurs when a tendinopathy, or a disorder with a tendon, develops in one of the gluteal muscles or Greater Trochanter. When this occurs, the tendons can become inflamed, making it very painful […]

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Dos and Don’ts After Joint Replacement Surgery

The joints of the human body tend to wear down the most over time. Unfortunately, this can lead to many needing joint replacement surgery as they age. Additionally, recovery from joint replacement surgery can be a long process that often requires very particular care and consideration to prevent reinjury. If you have recently undergone a […]

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What Is the Difference Between a Herniated Disc and a Bulging Disc?

From a functional standpoint, the spine is likely the most important part of the human body; it serves as a pillar of support that allows you to stand up straight, bend down, and twist—all essential functions in both daily life as well as physical activities such as sports. A complex system of vertebrae separated by […]

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How to Properly Engage Your Transverse Abdominis Muscle

When it comes to strength and stability, the importance of our core cannot be overstated. A strong center is the foundation for optimal performance in everything we do: from the simplest of everyday tasks to the most taxing athletic activities. Our abdomens are comprised of four muscles that each play a role in strengthening our […]

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