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Posts From September, 2014

leg bones anatomy

Getting to the Core of ACL Rehabilitation in Women

ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) tears have become a common injury among today’s athletes at any level (high school, collegiate, and professional), but is 4-6 times greater in females.  During ACL rehab, it is very pertinent to address common risk factors that lead to ACL tears in females. Those risk factors include ligament dominance, quadriceps dominance,… Read More

College Football

A Guide to “Heads Up Tackling”

Keep Your Head UP and Stay IN the Game:  A Guide to “Heads Up Tackling” Fall season is upon us and most are welcoming the cooler weather and of course, football.  In the past several years increased awareness to the potential injuries of football have been highlighted and brought to the public eye like never… Read More

Volleyball Player

Volleyball Players Protect Your Wings

As a proud parent of young daughters pursuing the sport of volleyball, it gives me great pleasure to discuss the complexities of the shoulder joint and how any overhead sport athlete can run into trouble. We have recently entered the exciting and competitive world of Club Volleyball, which places demands on the shoulder that many… Read More

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