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The Dreaded Side Stitch
You start out on your run and all of sudden you get a pain on your side. We have all experienced that pain, but what is it? Here are a few ways to prevent side stitches while you train and run.
Injury Proof Your Body
Training puts a lot of stress on your body. Here are a few ways that you can injury-proof your body for the training season.
Importance of Getting a Physical
Make sure your body can keep up with your training by getting a physical.
Access to quick care for orthopedic and sports injuries
When an injury occurs, typically you want to know
what the injury is, how to manage the pain, what the treatment will be and how long the recovery will likely last. Rest assured, Prevea Sports Medicine providers are available to help when the injury occurs.
Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Therapy
Blood flow restriction (BFR) therapy can be used as a strengthening technique during a patient’s physical therapy program. Learn more about the benefits of Blood flow restriction therapy here.
It’s all about the glutes
Pain while running could be caused by one of the three gluteal muscles. Here are a few exercises that can encourage activation of the gluteus medius and help prevent pain in the runner.
If you participate in a sport with a higher chance for head injury, you should have a baseline test every two years starting after age 11.
Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy
Platelet rich plasma therapy uses the patient's own blood plasma to initiate healing and can often eliminate the need for more aggressive treatments, such as long-term medication or surgery.
Tenex Health TX
When physical therapy, cortisone injections, medication and rest don’t provide relief, the TENEX HEALTH TX™ procedure might be the solution to your long-lasting tendon pain.
Calf pain is a common occurrence in distance runners. Prevention is important, but if an injury occurs, medical attention and treatment is needed to ensure proper recovery and return to training.
Preventing the Hamstring Strain
Time spent recovering from a hamstring strain can cause runners to alter their training program or goals for an upcoming race. Here are ways to prevent hamstring strains.
Black Toenails Can Be Prevented
Black toenails are most common among runners participating in half, full or ultra-marathons. They usually heal once the intensity or volume decreases. There are, however, ways to prevent black toenails.
What To Do When Everything Hurts
Training can be mentally exhausting as well as physically. Take the time to recover by using these six tips, when everything hurts.
The Essentials of a Good Night’s Sleep
Runners need more sleep than the average person. When you train hard, your muscles need time to rest. Here are some essentials of a good night's sleep.
What's Your Hip Really Saying?
Athletes sometimes develop pain in their hips during training. It can start on the top, inside or outside part of the hip. The specific location of the pain can help diagnose the problem.
Chafing is the result of friction and can occur in many ways; from thighs rubbing together to wrong-size clothes. Here are a few ways you can prevent chafed skin to avoid the excruciating pain.
Should I Push Through the Pain?
Training through pain does not make a warrior. The “No Pain No Gain” expression is just that: an expression. Pain is a great guide that helps you keep your body in check.
An Athlete’s Best Recovery Advice
Recovery is an idea that many athletes like to ignore because they feel they need to shut everything down. Research has shown that active recovery is more beneficial to the body.
Exercising with Asthma
Having asthma doesn’t mean you have to stop exercising, but you should take a few precautions to prevent a full asthma attack.
Why Is Rest and Recovery Important For Athletes?
Following a week of high-intensity work, rest will allow the body to adapt to those workouts. You will reap the benefits of those difficult workouts you just put yourself through.
Heel Spur vs. Plantar Fasciitis
Have you ever had heel pain on the bottom of your foot? Learn the difference between Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Spurs and how to treat them.
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