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Although many do not consider gardening a formidable activity, the reality is that it can result in as many injuries as a number of sports.  The most common gardening injuries include: -Neck Pain -Shoulder Tendonitis -Low Back Pain -Lateral Epicondylitis -Carpal Tunnel Syndrom -de Quervain's Tenosynovitis of the Thumb -Pre-patellar bursitis A main contributor to gardening injuries is inadequately warming up, stretching or preparing for the task at hand. In addition, repetitive ...
Posted on 2021-07-21
Are You at Greater Risk for Ankle Sprain? Ankle sprains are common among active individuals, especially athletes who play sports such as basketball or soccer. However, jogging, running, cheerleading, and gymnastics are linked to ankle sprains as well. This is because activities that require rapid acceleration and deceleration, quick direction changes, and precise movements can cause ankle sprains to occur. Although there are many ways you can sprain an ankle, balance training has been shown ...
Posted on 2021-06-23
15 Minutes to Better Golf: Why Stretching is Important, When & How to Stretch A good stretching routine can help to minimize muscle imbalances, prevent injury, improve exercise tolerance and your golf performance. The following stretching program is designed for golfers who do not have current injuries or individual stretching needs.  If you have an injury, or a specific mechanical imbalance that may be holding back your golf performance, we can design a stretching program just for you...
Posted on 2021-06-22
Sitting at Work? Why The BEST Posture is the NEXT Posture When most people hear the word 'posture', they immediately think about the position their bodies are in when they are in a seated position, but it involves so much more than that. Posture is also the way an individual moves their body. Posture is dynamic because the body is built for fluid movement and is not meant to remain in static positions for extended periods of time.  Unfortunately, many people work at a desk for prolonged...
Posted on 2021-06-04

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