The Missing “Links” In Your Golf Game

For many of us, there is no feeling quite like swinging a golf club on a pristine fairway by the water. If you enjoy playing golf, then you know what it’s like to hit that one perfect shot into the green on a sunny day as you watch a calm breeze blow across the flagstick….

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Prevent Ski Injuries with Physical Therapy

Let’s hit the slopes! The freshly packed winter snow is waiting at the resort – are you ready to ski down a huge mountain? Many skiing enthusiasts will not skip a beat to say yes, but is your body prepared for this kind of physical activity? Beginner, intermediate and even advanced skiers are at risk…

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The ‘Dazed and Confused’ Condition

Concussions are the most common severe sports injury. Although concussions can also occur after traumatic accidents and falls, they happen often in contact sports. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that there are about 2.5 million concussions in the U.S. each year. Anyone with concussion symptoms should seek immediate medical attention to check…

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How to Prevent Running Injuries

On June 17, Eric Stearns, PT, MS, OCS, CIDN of our Manchester office was a guest on That Running Show, a Matt & Matt podcast. He discussed common misconceptions about stretching, reasons for running injuries and injury prevention. Static vs. Dynamic Stretching There is a universal misunderstanding about the reason why we stretch. Many people believe…

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Is your Child at Risk for a Potential Sports Injury?

If he or she participates in an overhead sport (baseball, softball, tennis, volleyball, throwing in track and field, to name a few) it is entirely possible that a potential injury could be developing and you wouldn’t know it. An overhead athlete can be defined as one who arcs the upper arm or shoulder above the…

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