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Indoor Activities for the Weekend Warrior

Posted on by Tara Hackney, PT, DPT, OCS, KTTP

You wait all week for the weekend and when it finally arrives it’s rainy! Or extremely hot! For the weekend warrior, this can put quite a damper on your weekend plans.

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Reaching the Top: Tips for Your Next Stair Climb

Posted on by Sarah Ryerson, PT, ATC, CSCS

I registered on a whim for my first Hustle Up the Hancock stair climb thinking it would be something cool and unique. However, my rationale for registering did not provide the best parameters for designing a training program.

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Running: Bringing People Together (and to Germany!)

Posted on by Dorothy Cohee

Running is a great hobby that it not only good for your health, but also brings people together.

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Stretching Vs. Warming Up: What’s the Difference?

Posted on by Brian Whittington

One of the more frequent questions I am asked when conducting physical therapy evaluations is “Did my injury occur because I did not stretch before my physical activity?” That’s a great question and the quick answer is no…..and yes. Let me explain.

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Is Running Bad for My Knees?

Posted on by Dorothy Cohee

There is little evidence that running alone will send you to the operating room for knee surgery due to arthritis. That’s not to say that runners’ knees do not bother them. It is the most common body region runners complain of have aches and pains.

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Runner’s Cramps: Why You Get Them and How You Can Prevent Them

Posted on by Jessica Bratko

Most runners have experienced it: your run is going smoothly and you’re feeling great, then all of a sudden you succumb to the dreaded side stitch, calf cramp or that feeling of “having to go.” Muscle and stomach issues can stop a runner dead in their tracks. With varying spring temperatures, muscle cramps are more common, as there is little opportunity to adjust to the change in weather.

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Shin Splints: Who is at Risk?

Posted on by Amanda DiGangi

From basketball players in the NCAA tournament to middle age runners on the sidewalk, who is at risk and why? If you have lived an active lifestyle, participated in sports or even follow sports you’ve probably heard of or experienced ‘shin splints’ at some point. But what are shin splints?

In the physical therapy world, it is referred to as medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS).

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I Run. Why do I need to strengthen, especially the legs?

Posted on by Dorothy Cohee

As runners, we need to do more than just run. Without strength training, injuries are more likely to occur even when using good running form. Statistics vary but state anywhere from 20-80% of runners are injured annually1. Many of these are overuse injuries and often occur because runners are not listening to their bodies and continually doing prehab.

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