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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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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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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Tips to Prevent Exertional Heat illness

Even though fall is here, it’s still possible to experience heat illness while playing sports.

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Improve Your Golf Game During the Off Season

Now that golf season is beginning to wind down, it’s time to start thinking recovery. The offseason is the perfect time to address any lingering pain or soreness that you may have ignored during the summer as well as take steps to improve your game.

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Bellin Sports Medicine and High School Fall Sports August Start

Bellin Health Sports Medicine provides care to these school districts using Licensed Athletic Trainers who are healthcare professionals with emphasis in prevention, injury evaluations, and rehabilitation.

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Three Eccentric Training Methods to Build Strength

Nearly everyone can benefit from eccentric training, which helps increase muscular strength and explosiveness. It also helps athletes produce power, change direction, and improve connective tissue strength.

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Why You Need to Take a Break After a Big Race

A lot of time and focus is put into preparation for a race – but what happens when it’s over? Recovery is an important aspect in the training cycle.

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Tips to Prevent Concussions in Baseball

Although baseball and softball are typically considered non-contact sports, the risk for concussion still exists.

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