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  • Knuckle Cracking

    In a recent article published by the BBC, researchers have concluded that there is no absolute conclusion to the...

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  • If you have Legs, You Probably Have Tight Hamstrings

    ESPN highlights the few injuries keeping several competitors from performing at their best, we as amateur athletes and weekend warriors...

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  • Not So Fantastic Gymnastics

    Gymnastics became more popular in the United States after the 1972 Olympics. Though few athletes make it to the elite...

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  • NFL Cares about Head Injuries

    According to the New York Times, the NFL is making progress in their attempt to decrease the number of...

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  • Warning Signs for the Female Athlete

    According to a study conducted in St. Louis and to be presented at the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons...

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  • Austrailian Footballers Know Best

    According to a study published by the BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders in 2010, Australian professional football players missed less games...

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  • Get Off the Couch and Out of Bed

    Why Bed Rest Doesn’t Do a Body Good A recent study reported in Spine demonstrated that extended bed rest...

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  • GET HEALTHY in 2011

    New Year…New You! Get out of pain, and break the cycle of dysfunction! Your perception of pain is increased...

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  • Hip Hip Hooray

    With recent alarm about replacing hip replacements, the United States will start gathering data to uncover implant problems more...

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  • Interesting Back Pain and Treatment Statistics

    In 2007, 27 million US adults (18 and over) reported having back problems. Over 19.1 million received treatment. 10.9...

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