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To Stretch or Not to Stretch- That is the Question

January 29, 2010


Whether ’tis nobler to suffer the strains and pains of prolonged stretching, or to take arms through dynamic warm ups and replace them.  This post will not end as a Shakespearean tragedy, for there is not a plague on either form (static or dynamic) of stretching.  Recently, a group of therapists at our clinic got […]

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Runners Get Their Kicks

October 23, 2009


Runners take note: running in the right pair of shoes is important for injury prevention.  There are many types of shoes on the market, from the most supportive via motion control to the least supportive, as in the new barefoot running trend.  “So, what shoe do you recommend?” There isn’t a simple answer.  Shoes are […]

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