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TMJ Dysfunction, What Are Your Options?

The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) is one of the most intricate joints in the body and therefore fairly complex to treat when dysfunction occurs. The TMJ is located in front of your ears and is where the temporal portion of your skull meets your mandible (or lower jaw). 535 more words


Athlete's Book of Home Remedies (ENHANCED EDITION): 1,001 Doctor-Approved Health Fixes and Injury-Prevention Secrets for a

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Strength Training to Better Power Your Run

Do you want to improve your sprinting/running/walking ability to get maximum gain for your effort?  Well, here’s how: build lean muscle to power your run! 153 more words


Three More Tips to Tackle Plantar Fasciitis

This is the third blog I’ve written on plantar fasciitis. Having dealt with this malady for years now, I feel I’ve tried just about everything. I have learned that I can keep it at bay and continue an active lifestyle, including running. 354 more words

Exercise of the Week: The Split Squat

No matter what your goal is, single leg exercises may be your best friend.

Look better? Check. Single leg exercises help build the muscle that provides definition, and will definitely get your heart rate up too, so there are more calories burned. 519 more words

Injury Prevention

Nerve Injuries - Practical exercises to improve function

Here at STORE we sincerely hope that you never have to deal with the effects of nerve damage relating to rope incidents. Whilst injuries are not that common they can be quite debilitating and long lasting without specialist treatment. 91 more words

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Choose Wisely - Take an Active Approach to Physical Therapy

Choosing Wisely® is an initiative through the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Foundation that aims to “promote conversations between providers and patients by helping patients choose care that is supported by evidence, not duplicative of other tests or procedures already received, free from harm and truly necessary”  To stimulate conversation, they challenge national medical organizations to identify tests or procedures that may not be necessary or beneficial. 276 more words