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Managing Athletic Chronic Pain: Easy Answer or Healthy Choice?

Athletes hurt for many reasons, like orthopedic trauma, surgery, overuse injuries and inflammation caused by aging. Statistically, the majority of prescriptions for chronic pain are for musculoskeletal, back and neck pain, and orthopedists are high-volume prescribers. Opiates and over-the-counter NSAIDs are the mainstays of treatment for acute pain, are necessary in the short term, and…
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#1 Fitness Trend 2016: Why Recovery Matters So Much

“Increasingly, doctors are diagnosing overuse injuries – stress fractures, bone separations and strained tendons – in young athletes. The injuries have become common enough for researchers to be studying their occurrence, and they suspect more happen than get reported. Sports and medical experts don’t see the trend reversing anytime soon.” “Too much, too soon: Doctors say young athletes are…
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“My Experience with a New Knee!” – By Vince Rua

My left knee received a total knee replacement January 7, 2014, compliments of Jared Roberts and his team at Capital Region Orthopedics.  My post-op rehab has been overseen by Mark Garcia of Kingston Plaza Physical Therapy and Dr. David Ness, Sports Medicine and Chiropractor in New Paltz, NY.  Mark provided exercise guidance for 8 weeks…
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#teamplayagain: Fitness At Any Level

Replenishing your body’s naturally-occurring hyaluronic acid (HA) keeps your joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles lubricated and flexible. #teamplayagain athletes excel at the levels they select. These athletes are able to continually re-set and expand their fitness goals taking the HA daily that is the main ingredient in Play Again. Here are some comments from four…
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Physical Therapy and Alternative Pain Management Options

By Philip Beaverson, Physical Therapist and Director of Physical Therapy American Health Network, Indianapolis, Indiana I am 42 years old, and have been a physical therapist for 18 years. Practicing inside a physician’s office, I see a whole range of patients of all ages and fitness levels every day. My clients use over-the-counter NSAID pain…
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