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Reducing Inflammation: A catch 22 in Gainesville?

January 18, 2018

Reducing Inflammation: A catch 22 in Gainesville? RICE – Rest Ice Compression and Elevation. It’s the term many people know when they suffer from an injury. It’s the standard protocol and its purpose is to reduce swelling and inflammation which should reduce pain. Throw in some anti-inflammatory pills (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs – NSAID’s) like Aspirin.…

Chiropractic Gainesville VA Warmups

Dynamic Warm up Kenyans Training

January 17, 2018

Dynamic Warm up Kenyans Training Greetings! There are two articles of interest in this newsletter: The first one is confirming a point I had a few months ago, and the second topic is…OK, I’m not sure what the point of it is, but it’s in the blog, so watch the video. Topic #1: Dynamic Warm-up…

Chiropractic Gainesville VA Runner Pain

Hamstring Strains and Pelvic Positioning During Running in Gainesville

January 16, 2018

Hamstring Strains and Pelvic Positioning During Running in Gainesville I have seen a string of hamstrings pains in runners lately, so I thought I would make a post regarding how faulty running mechanics can increase the risk of hamstring strains. Keep in mind that the hamstrings are under the greatest tension at approximately the point…

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Sitting will kill you in Gainesville!

January 1, 2018

Sitting will kill you in Gainesville! Tidbit#1: Sitting will kill you! OK, maybe the title is a bit melodramatic. After all, if you listen to the news, it’s always something that will kill you, right? I found this study interesting and wanted to put it in here, because many people who exercise believe that as…

Gainesville Chiropractor Talks about Bulging Discs

More on posture in Gainesville

May 20, 2017

More on posture in Gainesville Greeting! With the risk of you all saying “Oh boy, here he goes again,” I am going to carry out the faux pas of writing another post on the back to back topic of leaning forward when running. (This is all assuming level ground) If you missed the last post,…

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