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Don’t Let Holiday Eating Bring You Down!

Reading Time: 3 minutes 3 Ways to Get Your Nutrition Back on Track in 2023! Each year, for many people, getting their healthy eating habits back on track is one of their top resolutions. With Halloween candy, endless feasts, and sweet treats, we might have overindulged during the holiday season. Luckily, the new year is the perfect time to […]

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The Truth Behind ACL Recovery: Why It’s a Lifelong Process

Reading Time: 5 minutes Now that you have completed the return-to-play process after ACL surgery, it’s time to talk about life after recovery from an ACL tear. Should you be concerned about a possible reinjury? Are you at risk for early onset of arthritis? What type of things can be done to prevent those conditions? It’s natural to have

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Common Knee Injuries, Explained by Doctors of Physical Therapy

Reading Time: 7 minutes Would you be shocked to learn that the knee joint is one of the most complex joints in the body? Not only does it play an important role in supporting your body weight, but it also initiates most movement. After all, you can’t get very far without bending and straightening your knee, right? Several muscles,

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Phase IV ACL Recovery: Returning to Play After ACL Surgery

Reading Time: 4 minutes Congratulations – you’ve made it to the end of your ACL rehab! Phase IV is the last stage before you officially get back on the field, and most would consider it to be the best part of the process. Not only is this stage full of sport-specific activities, but it’s also a great confidence booster

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Phase III ACL Recovery: How to Return to Running After ACL Surgery

Reading Time: 6 minutes At this stage, you’re probably itching to get back to your normal routine, and rightly so. It’s been a long 12+ weeks, but the end is in sight! For the next two months, your ACL recovery will be focused on “the fun stuff.” Things like sport-specific movements, agility, and plyometric activities will slowly be incorporated

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Concussion Protocol Return to Play: Parents and Coaches Guide

Reading Time: 7 minutes If you had to guess what injury affects between 1.8 and 3.6 million adolescents a year, what’s your call? Here’s another hint – it’s an injury that makes up 6-7% of total injuries in organized sports, with increased numbers in contact and collision sports. Drum roll please… we’re talking about concussions. Concussions are the talk

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4 Things You Should be Doing During Recovery from an ACL Tear

Reading Time: 6 minutes ACL recovery is an extremely physical process that involves months of rehabilitation. But that’s not all there is to it. Though it’s a long road to recovery, it’s possible to have a great outlook with the right tools to help you bounce back after ACL surgery. As you’re well aware, the main goals of ACL

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Stay Active on the Golf Course by Avoiding Common Injuries

Reading Time: 7 minutes When it comes to golf, most people assume it to be a slow-paced, low-impact sport. While they’re not wrong, this doesn’t mean that golfers are free from the prospect of injury. Though sometimes inevitable, having a general understanding of common golf injuries can prevent problems from happening and provide you with ideas for sport-specific training

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What You Should Know About the 4 Most Common Hockey Injuries

Reading Time: 5 minutes We all know that ice hockey is a high-impact sport. At any given moment, there’s a chance for a collision with other players, the boards, or the possibility that the hockey puck will come hurling at your face at high speeds. Due to the particular physical, and fast nature of the game, hockey players put

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How to Avoid Tommy John’s Surgery & Baseball Injuries: Tips from an Expert

Reading Time: 5 minutes Staff at Myokinetix spoke with an expert on elbow and shoulder injuries of throwing athletes, Frank Alexander. He is also a part of the NY Yankees working alongside their team physician. These are some tips he shared with us! How to Avoid Tommy John Surgery & Baseball Injuries 1. Teach your kids about the dangers

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