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Exercising the Knee? by Nicole Crofts

Yes, strengthening all the muscles, ligaments, and tendons surrounding the knee that keep it a healthy functioning joint. Plus movement of the joint brings the benefits of synovial fluid, and appropriate impact teaches the body to absorb force. Exercise (with the...

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Thoughts From A Doc

When I started out in practice i felt like i knew a lot of things. I was eager to treat people. I was eager to see people feel better and perform at their best. Opening up inside of a gym has been an outstanding way to go. I met people that have helped me understand...

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The Nitty-Gritty of Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis is a condition in the foot, primarily the bottom portion of the foot. It is a pain in the heel, actually it is partially felt in the heel up to the toes.  While it would be nice to blame something for causing plantar fasciitis here is the reality of...

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How I Treat Soft Tissue Injuries!

  A recent patient came in with a shoulder injury. While addressing the joint movement and palpating the region including the shoulder musculature, the bicep and tricep and all other area one region felt much different than the rest. The tricep muscle didn’t have...

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