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By Matthew Repko, PT, DPT, Altoona Center Running has become an increasingly popular mode of exercise and for good reason. It is a cheap and relatively quick workout, and does not require much practice or skill. While the health benefits of running are many, so are the risks for injury. Most injuries are preventable, but […]

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Michelle Kilheffer, PT, DPT, OCS, Lancaster, PA Center The school bell tolls once again. To help children maintain their health and achieve academic success in the new school year, the American Academy of Pediatrics offers these tips: Breakfast Start the morning with a nutritious breakfast. Studies show that children who eat breakfast perform better in the […]

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By Scott McGeary, DPT, CSCS and Stuart Helster, SPT, Hershey Center Scott McGeary, DPT, CSCS I will never forget the summer I trained for my first year of college cross country. In high school, I had been running about 35 miles during a high mileage week, but I wanted to hit 70 miles per week […]

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By Adam M. Hartman, MPT, CAFS, CGFI, Carlisle, PA Center Distance. Accuracy. Consistency. Those are goals for which every golfer strives – and that so often seem unattainable. The average golfer is inundated with advertisements and commercials for new equipment and new swing aids that guarantee improved distance, accuracy and consistency. But all too often, […]

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By Nicole Mallory, PT, DPT, MS, ATC, CSCS, Sports Resident, Birmingham Grandview Center Golf is one of America’s most popular sports, played year-round by millions of people. But its repetitive nature lends itself to the risk of overuse injuries, most commonly involving the back, shoulders and elbows. Overuse injuries often are associated with soft tissues […]

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By Elizabeth Williams, PT, DPT, Wilmington OH Center Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that is most common in younger years, prior to puberty. Scoliosis can present differently in patients depending on factors including a person’s age, growth and strength of musculature surrounding the spine. Most cases of scoliosis can be very mild, but […]

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