Taking Injury Rehab to The Next Level

What if instead of just returning to the previous level of competition, athletes could return better than before?

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Nutrition Tips for Vibrant Skin

People spend hundreds of dollars on creams and specialty soaps in hopes of improving their skin. However, most of them overlook the impact their diet has on their skin.

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Four Common Low Back Pain Questions

If you’ve struggled with low back pain, you’re not alone. In fact, as much as 80% of the general population has suffered with this common condition.

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Five Ways Exercise Helps Parkinson’s Patients

The condition can impact a person’s quality of life but research shows that regular exercise can help manage symptoms as well as delay the disease process.

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The Benefits of Direct Access to Physical Therapy

Thanks to the Direct Access state law, people can access physical therapy services without first seeing their physician for a referral. This allows people to receive care sooner as well as get results in fewer visits and at a lower overall cost.

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Treating Patellofemoral Pain

Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is a common condition that is seen in 25-40% of all knee injuries. It affects a variety of people, but is more common in women.

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Mobility and Flexibility: What’s the Difference?

Flexibility and mobility fall under the same umbrella. However, there are key differences that are important for both competitive and recreational athletes.

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Success Story: Scott Kacer

A friend referred me to the clinic with high recommendations to Dr. Spears. I knew that if he was good enough for the Packers, then I would be in great hands!

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Four Tips for Run-Life Balance

Everyone has priorities and where running fits in might need to change from week to week or even day to day. Here are four tips to keep running in balance with the rest of your life.

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Comeback Story: Taylor Domro

I wasted the first 2 months of my senior season training by ignoring my lingering leg pains. I knew I wouldn’t be able to achieve my goals if I kept trying to run through them.

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