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Developing Great Athletes: Early vs. Late Specialization

In the past, most young athletes were encouraged to play multiple sports in order to develop better overall athletic ability. However, youth sports has changed drastically, seasons are longer and kids are encouraged to compete in year-round leagues in hope of reaching elite status at a younger age. Parents and coaches hear stories of Michelle Wie […]

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Don’t get Sidelined With a Hamstring or Calf Injury

Injuries to the hamstring and calf muscles are common amongst athletes in sports which involve repetitive kicking, sprinting and jumping. Re-injury of these muscles is also an issue affecting many athletes long term, with roughly 30% of athletes suffering a re-injury to the hamstring, and 63% to the achilles within 2 years after initial injury. As such, […]

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Last Minute Cancellations and No-Shows…

It happens to all of us. You have an appointment, but totally forget about it. You’re feeling better, you’re too tired, you got stuck at work, your car broke down, etc. Life happens. We are all busy with responsibilities, and oftentimes, things come up which are out of our control. But that still doesn’t mean […]

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SPSC Concussion Management: Ahead of the Game

Every four years a panel of concussion experts and researchers meet from around the world to present and summarize recent research regarding concussion in sport. The group also provides recommendations to help guide clinical practice regarding all aspects of concussions, including treatment, return to play protocol and prevention that can be used by all health […]

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Get on par (or under) with your golf game!

With the warm weather on its way, golfers are starting to dust off their clubs and head to the practice range or golf course to kick off the season. Although golf is usually perceived as a fairly low impact, leisurely activity, it has been estimated that every year roughly 40% of recreational golfers sustain an injury. […]

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