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Gluteal Activation Exercises

Having strong gluteal muscles are pivotal in avoiding compensatory overuse injuries and prolonging your running career. The gluteals are primarily responsible for maintaining neutral pelvic alignment and absorbing the ground reaction forces during each series of single-leg stances that occur…

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Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT)

Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) is a specialized form of rehabilitation to treat disorders that lead to imbalance, dizziness, vertigo, motion sensitivity, and visual disturbances. These unfortunate symptoms often lead individuals to adopt a more sedentary lifestyle to avoid aggravating their…

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An Image Is Not Always Worth a Few Thousand Dollars

Magnetic resonance images (MRIs) can be an invaluable medical tool to help discover serious pathologies such as tumors, developmental anomalies, and other abnormalities. However, they are becoming increasingly overused in orthopedic medicine and can often lead to more problems than solutions. One of the major problems with this imaging technique is that while MRIs are sensitive,…

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Chronic Heel Pain

Chronic Heel Pain Myth Buster

Chronic heel pain can be debilitating for many adults. In fact, 10% of the population will experience some sort of heel pain in their life.(1) A majority of the time, heel pain is due to a condition called plantar fasciopathy…

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Vestibular System

Do you ever hop out of bed in the morning and get the spins? Does turning your head or rolling over in bed cause you to feel off balance and being pulled in one direction? If so, you may be…

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