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  • Common football injuries that take players out of the game

    Common football injuries that take players out of the game

    It’s been a grueling season for professional football, but this Sunday, Carolina will finally go head to head with Denver in the Big Game. Though we can’t know if a starting player will miss playing time due to injury, there are currently 20 players between the two teams on injured active reserve.

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  • 6 essential post-workout stretches

    6 essential post-workout stretches

    At the end of a workout, the last thing most of us want to do is spend extra time stretching and cooling down. However, dedicating some time to post-workout stretches can relieve tightness, help your muscles return to a neutral position, reduce soreness and even help prevent injury.

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  • Signs your exercise pain isn’t just muscle soreness

    Signs your exercise pain isn’t just muscle soreness

    As the saying goes, “no pain, no gain.” But while some aches and pain from exercising can be attributed to muscles soreness—“good” pain, some might say—certain pains should not be ignored.

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  • 5 common sports injuries and how to treat them

    5 common sports injuries and how to treat them

    If you are active in sports and exercise for leisure or competition, chances are you will experience at least a minor injury at some point. Though many injuries can be prevented, minor injuries are common among athletes.

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  • The Truth About Shin Splints

    The Truth About Shin Splints

    Shin splints are a painful, exercise-related problem. Shin splints are defined as pain along the front and inner part of the leg—the shinbone (tibia). They are common among people who are physically active, particularly runners and dancers.

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  • Neck Pain: Causes, Prevention and Treatment

    Neck Pain: Causes, Prevention and Treatment

    Though less common than back pain, neck pain affects an estimated 45 percent of adults in the U.S. There are different classifications and causes of neck pain, and in some cases, neck pain can be preventable. Neck pain is generally classified as either acute pain or chronic pain.

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  • Sports injuries & treatments 101

    Sports injuries & treatments 101

    Playing sports and staying active will keep your body in shape, but strenuous activity can also result in painful injuries. Whether you’ve sprained an ankle or broken a bone, you should seek treatment immediately to minimize the potential for permanent damage.

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