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Physical Therapy Tips, Running Tips

Zephrys - Middle School Summer Running Club

Jill Ernst • March 29, 2021

Will your child be attending middle school in the fall? Smith Running Academy is partnering with the Zephyrs running club to bring you a summer...

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What Time Tells Us About Dizziness

Dana Tress • July 1, 2021

We already know that dizziness comes in all shapes and sizes.  Even the word dizzy can mean so many different things to different people:  spinning,...

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What is Integrative Dry Needling and How Can it Help Me?

Sarah Meyer • June 11, 2021

What is Integrative Dry Needling?    Physical stress can lead to muscle and joint imbalances and physiological stress can lead to inflammation and tissue ischemia. In...

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Can Your Joints and Headache Patterns Predict the Weather?

Dana Tress • June 1, 2021

Do you know anyone that says that they can predict the weather based on how their joints feel, or perhaps they know that a weather...

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The Missing Puzzle Piece for Pain Free Running

Ashley Dougvillo • May 25, 2021

If you were to google running injuries, injuries caused by running, stretches to help with running injuries, pain with running……a myriad of articles, blogs, and...

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Dizziness and COVID-19

Dana Tress • May 1, 2021

We know.  It has been an exhausting 15 months because of the pandemic and the spread of COVID-19.  As time goes on, we are learning...

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3 Stretches for hip Impingement in the Athlete

Abby Schenk • April 26, 2021

Hip impingement, also known as femoral acetabular impingement, can be present with or without a labral tear.  Most individuals who suffer from hip impingement complain...

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Complexities of the Shoulder

Ashley Dougvillo • April 13, 2021

The shoulder is a complex area as there are multiple joints that all need to work together for optimal function.   However, when most people talk...

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What People Tell Us About Concussion (Part 3)

Dana Tress • March 29, 2021

We hear all kinds of things from our clients, coaches, trainers, the public and other healthcare practitioners when talking about concussions and concussion management.  Because...

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What People Tell Us About Concussion (Part 1)

Dana Tress • March 1, 2021

We hear all kinds of things from our clients, coaches, trainers, the public and other healthcare practitioners when talking about concussions and concussion management.  Because...

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How to Continue to Train when Injured

Abby Schenk • February 22, 2021

If you are a runner or any kind of performance athletes you know that minor injuries, tendinitis, and strains may occur.  Often you can rest...

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