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Prevent injury with a good warm up! Use the Fifa 11+

The Fifa 11+ is an amazingly well researched program to prevent soccer injuries.  It is easily applied to a multitude of different sports.   Here is the research to support it's use. https://tinyurl.com/SPSC11Research Please…
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Expert analysis of Tendon Injury

It's big, it's well researched and full of excellent information on treatment and prevention of tendon injuries in sport. Completely applicable to all of us. This innovative document really helps to apply the most up to date tendon management…

Hamstring Strains Guide

Hamstring injuries can be challenge to work with. The good thing is that most get better fast when we use the best science. If you really want to geek out on the research follow this link: https://tinyurl.com/SPSCHamstring   …
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Sometimes our joints just hurt, and its ok not to know why.

This article was written by Dr. Howard Luks, Orthopedic Surgeon and Sports Specialist Sometimes our joints just hurt, and it’s ok not to know why (howardluksmd.com) Please visit his website for more excellent research based information:   Do…
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Exercise…Heads we win, tails we don’t lose much.

So exercise can be beneficial, but also potential detrimental if excessive and inappropriate.. Generally, however, exercise is beneficial and for the vast majority of issues, even the most challenging cases.   The problem: People with…
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Returning to work…life…play

Return to Work Clinical Practice Guidelines: Published October 2021 (Hot off the press!)   Data from 2018 from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)identified more than 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses, with more…

When is Abnormal Normal? MRI and normal aging

When is abnormal normal? Reframing MRI abnormalities as a normal part of ageing Adam G Culvenor , Marcella Ferraz Pazzinatto, Joshua J Heerey British Journal of Sports Medicine, July 2021 Sports and exercise medicine clinicians…
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Plantar Heel Pain Research

Research  (Plantar Heel Pain) - Full article link below. We wanted to share with you a powerful synthesis of top quality research. This paper appeared recently in the British Medical Journal. Plantar heel pain (PHP), which affects 4%–7.0%…