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Your practitioner should always be able to offer some amount of ‘homework’ as part of your treatment for sports injury - http://ow.ly/isNT30m34Of
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Why do we recommend the Cat-camel? Or is it the Cat-cow? - http://ow.ly/BIWI30lBJU6
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Knee Pain? Interestingly, some research now suggests that manipulation of the spine may assist with patellofemoral pain syndrome! http://ow.ly/tHvK30lcwDl
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So, do the results of my lower back x-rays matter? Contrary to what many people are saying online, and what some research is saying, they usually tell an essential part of the story... but not the whole story. http://ow.ly/F9Wh30kI3jQ
X-rays for Back Pain
X-rays for Back Pain
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Perhaps one area that is overlooked during lower back pain treatment is how breathing relates to the muscular activity around the spine. http://ow.ly/8p9t30jTjlS
Lower Back Pain and the Diaphragm
Lower Back Pain and the Diaphragm
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It’s May, and outdoor soccer season is upon us! And with soccer season comes soccer injuries. One of the most common injuries sustained while playing soccer is a lateral ankle sprain. While a lateral sprain may seem like a minor injury, untreated sprains can lead to lost game time, chronic instability, and repeat injuries. - http://ow.ly/nRyA30jThlg
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Here are some findings on Repetitive Lumbar Injury (RLI) that might cause some of us to rethink how we train at the gym or how we sequence our tasks at work! http://ow.ly/VlAc30jF0nW
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One of the spinal mobilization approaches used by our chiropractors at Burlington Sports Therapy is called flexion-distraction, using what is called a Cox table. http://ow.ly/hnDe30j7NzF
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Do you have pain behind your knee? Are you a competitive athlete or weekend warrior? You may have injured your popliteus. http://ow.ly/Jj0c30iPJko
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Are you feeling sore after starting a new exercise or increasing your exercise intensity? You may have delayed onset muscle soreness, often referred to as DOMS. Here's how you can prevent it. 💪 http://ow.ly/SOeM30igbKE
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