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Concussions: How Can Physical Therapy Help?

Posted on by Tara Hackney, PT, DPT, OCS, KTTP
Concussions have gotten a lot of attention in recent years, mostly negative attention. It is true that in an ideal world, no one would suffer a concussion. However, life happens. Concussions are thought of as only occurring with a blow to the head which, in reality, is only one way that they can happen. Read More

Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report: 2018 Draft Update

Posted on by Athletico
As we approach the last preseason games of 2018, some Fantasy Football players are still preparing to draft their team ahead of the start of week 1, which begins on September 6th. Read More

Did I Sprain My Ankle?

Posted on by Tara Hackney, PT, DPT, OCS, KTTP
Most people have rolled their ankle at some point in their lives – we step funny on grass, land strange after a jump, or even step off a step wrong and the ankle just twists a little (or a lot). But how do you recognize if you sprained your ankle or if it is a more serious injury? Read More

3 Reasons to Attend the Chicago Sports Summit

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We are proud to be the title sponsor of the third annual Chicago Sports Summit What better way to spend a morning than meeting pro athletes, Olympians and general managers of Chicago’s pro teams? Read More

Tips on How to Select and Wear a Backpack

Posted on by Tara Hackney, PT, DPT, OCS, KTTP
It's time to think about back to school! An item that is on many back to school shopping lists is a new backpack. But did you know that there should be many considerations besides the color or design on the backpack? Read More

Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report: 2018 Draft

Posted on by Athletico
Many Fantasy Football players are getting ready to assemble their teams as the start of preseason begins. Read More

Knee Injury Prevention For Gymnasts

Posted on by Tara Hackney, PT, DPT, OCS, KTTP
Gymnastics is a fun and popular sport for young children and adolescents. As athletes progress in competition, the level and difficulty of skills increases as well as the risk for injury. Read More

Back to Basics: 3 Injury Prevention Tips for Dancers

Posted on by Athletico
As summer starts winding down, dancers are getting ready to transition to the fall program season. Preparing for the season’s big shows means long hours spent at rehearsals on top of other responsibilities, such as academics, work and household duties. Read More
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