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Jan 13

Kendra’s Journey

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Kendra In April of 2013, I had surgery to repair my labrum and rotator cuff.  The last thing I remember the doctor saying to me before I went under anesthesia was that I would never Olympic lift again.  Two months of rehabilitation and physical therapy with my doctor and I was still struggling with daily functional movements …

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Nov 24

Shoulder Study

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35 year old female with left shoulder pain that commenced for no apparent reason.  Pain was rated at 5/10 and worse with any overhead activity-crossfit movements and a moderate interference with daily activities . MRI Results May 10, 2012: Left Shoulder Partial thickness articular surface tear of the supraspinatus tendon with noted increase subacromial/subdeltoid fluid …

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Aug 20

What is a concussion?

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What is a concussion? A concussion is an injury to the brain or spinal cord typically caused by some form of impact resulting in the movement of the brain inside of the skull. A growing number of incidences are occurring especially among athletes, children, and young adults. Symptoms from a concussion often vary from person …

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Aug 08

Plantar Fasciitis

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  “Ouch. My feet hurt” A common phrase that often seems to become a long and lasting problem. Plantar Fasciitis is a strain or overuse of the ligament that supports your arch. Often this presents as pain with early morning steps, pain with prolonged walking or standing, and noted tenderness at the bottom of the foot because of the swelling …

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