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  • Health Goals For a Brand New Year

    Health Goals For a Brand New Year

    The resolution to trim down is hands down one of the most popular goals out there. Unfortunately, it’s also one that is given up on quite a bit, too. One of the biggest obstacles is vague milestones and expecting overnight success.

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  • Running Tips for National Runner’s Month

    Running Tips for National Runner’s Month

    Whether you’re a marathon pro or running newbie, May is a great time to set new goals and go the distance because it’s National Runner’s Month. As you take the next step, here are some useful tips to help you stay motivated and healthy during your running journey.

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  • How to Prevent Slipping on Ice

    How to Prevent Slipping on Ice

    With snow and ice, comes slips and falls. Unfortunately, slipping on ice can lead to many injuries and visits to the doctor. So, before you head outside this winter, it’s important to take some precautionary measures to ensure your safety. In this blog, we’ll talk about how to prevent slipping and falling on ice and what to do if you do.

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  • Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

    Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

    Who’s ready for a fresh start in 2021? Losing weight and dieting are some of the most common resolutions nowadays, but oftentimes they’re the hardest to follow through with. As we start this New Year, it’s time to set new goals that will truly improve your health and be worth keeping for life. Take a look at these five healthy new year’s resolutions to try this year!

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  • Winter Sports Injuries and Safety Tips

    Winter Sports Injuries and Safety Tips

    As fun as winter sports are, they can be extremely dangerous and lead to unwanted injuries. In fact, according to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, nearly 200,000 individuals were treated for winter-related sports injuries in 2018 – 76,000 injuries from snow skiing, 53,000 injuries from snowboarding, 48,000 injuries from ice skating, and 22,000 injuries from sledding.

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  • All About Joints

    All About Joints

    Your body is made up of all sorts of joints, but do you know how your joints are structured or what their functions are? If not, keep reading this blog! We will talk all about joint structures, functions, and even some types of joints.

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  • Causes of Knee Pain

    Causes of Knee Pain

    Do you have knee pain? If so, you are not alone. Nearly 100 million Americans live with chronic knee pain. Knee pain affects people of all ages and can be caused by various medical conditions or injuries. Depending on the case, knee pain may limit motion, affect control, diminish strength, and hinder mobility.

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  • Common Wrestling Injuries

    Common Wrestling Injuries

    If your child is a wrestler, they might be prone to injuries, such as bruises, cauliflower ear, or scrapes. Some of the most common types of orthopaedic injuries are to the shoulder or knee. These often are more severe than other types of wrestling injuries and frequently require surgeries and other treatments. Keep reading to learn how to prevent and treat common wrestling injuries.

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  • Staying Active During COVID-19

    Staying Active During COVID-19

    In the matter of months, our lifestyles have changed dramatically because of COVID-19 – and our workout routines were no exception to that change. With stay-in-place orders and social distancing, it has made it difficult to stay active. But, we are here to tell you that you need to keep your body moving no matter the circumstances! Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, recommends exercising for 150 minutes a week (a.k.a. 30 minutes for 5 days a week).

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  • Common Soccer Injuries

    Common Soccer Injuries

    Tryouts are scheduled, State Games are played, and tournament championships and State Cups are vied for. While many of those events aren’t happening in typical fashion this year, soccer injuries are still a real concern for many players (and their parents). Luckily, there are steps you can take to prevent them. As the fall club season heats up for both boys and girls, it’s important to know what to be on the lookout for – especially since so many of these athletes have been sidelined for so long. Below is a shortlist of the most common injuries that can happen while playing the sport, and how to prevent them.

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