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Common Injuries Treated

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      Throwing, hitting, or lifting can cause stress to the joints of the arm. Common conditions include Tennis elbow, rotator cuff tendinitis, bicep tendinitis, instability and impingement, all of which are typically treatable with physical therapy.
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      Foot and ankle pain happens frequently with even the smallest bit of overuse (i.e. a muddy 5k over the weekend). Common issues include plantar fasciitis, ankle strains and ankle sprains. Don't run through the pain- see a Physical Therapist and get back on your feet faster.
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      Sedentary desk habits at work followed by excessive use of your body on the weekends can definitively lead to lower back pain, neck pain, and even hip pain. Seeing a physical therapist first can allow for rapid, lasting relief and a return to activity (rather than an endless cycle of NSAIDs and specialists).
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    Runner? Walker? Club soccer player? No matter your sport, leg injuries can cramp your style. Achilles tendinitis, Runner's knee, and shin splints can keep you from the activities you love. Don't let it slow you down. See one of our Certified Sports Physical Therapists for relief as soon as the first visit.

The Weekend Warrior Top 5

Know your limits. Bombarded with an explosion of workout techniques encouraging you to push to the max (can you say Crossfit)? Understand your limits and get involved in a routine of activity that fits your abilities best.
Always warm up. Warming up muscles and tendons can help prevent injury. 10 minutes of light jogging or walking combined with light dynamic stretching is an effective way to prep your body for any activity intensity and minimize injuries.
Don’t increase intensity too quickly. Begin with an intensity or activity level that works for you. Don’t increase this by more than 10% each week.
Switch it up. Many weekend warriors engage in one type of activity. From cycling to flag football, no matter your pick, repetitive use on the same muscle groups leaves you at higher risk of injury. Change up your workouts throughout the week.
Eat Healthy (seriously). Exercise and long weekend activity requires energy. Fueling your body with the right foods gives it the nutrients it needs to perform. Not to mention the less weight you’re carrying around, the less pressure your joints feel. 


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