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Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS): What can you do about it?

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) is when muscle pain or stiffness develops a day or two after playing sports, weightlifting, exercise, or work that involves concentrated physical activity like lifting and carrying objects. DOMS is considered a normal response to extended exertion and is part of the adaptation process that the recovering muscles experience as they undergo hypertrophy or an increase in muscle size.

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Why do Golfers have Back Injuries?

Golf is an enjoyable game that challenges both the body and the mind. It’s a great game that can be played at all ages to keep you active. It involves the foundation of the body’s range of motion, the spine. Because golfing is usually hours spent playing in a bent-over position, repetitive motion of rotating/twisting of the spine can create misalignment. 

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Orthotics for Cycling, How They Can Help

Cycling is an excellent hobby, and for the cycling enthusiast, the freedom to ride on a beautiful day is a great way to spend leisure time. For those who use their bike as their primary source of transportation, it is the way to get to and from work or activities. Yet, cycling takes a toll on the body. It is crucial to be aware of the physical stress placed on the body when riding.  The repetitive motion over many miles combined with poor biomechanics can sometimes lead to injury.

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Benefits of Walking

Walking is the number one exercise I recommend to most of my patients because it is quite easy to do, requires nothing but a pair of supportive walking shoes, and has tremendous mental and physical benefits.

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Do You or Someone You Love Suffer from Persistent Headaches?

Headaches are an incredibly common problem, the physical and mental toll migraines and other headaches take on those who suffer from them can be quite significant. It is important to seek treatment to minimize their occurrence and impact.

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