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20

Jun

Examining a New Study: Pronation Not Linked to Injuries

“So doc, what kind of running shoe should I be in?” A seemingly straightforward and innocuous question, but one...

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20

Jun

Retul: 3D Motion Capture Bike Fitting

Your bike should fit you like a glove, and hopefully better than O.J.’s glove. The folks over at Retul...

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01

May

Painkillers – Running the Risks

Nobody ever said running a marathon was easy or comfortable. Getting to the start line uninjured is a task...

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30

Apr

The Unintended Consequences of Limiting Pronation

Lately we have seen an increase in the amount of anterior ankle impingement in runners, so I thought I’d...

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23

Apr

Pulling the Stretchy Tape Over Your Eyes

Working in my own office provides a sheltered, controlled setting. However, my eyes were opened for the past 4...

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09

Apr

Break Down of Energetic Cost for Each Component of Running

About a month ago at the Running Medicine Conference at the University of Virginia, I had the pleasure of...

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05

Apr

Femoral Anteversion, Craigs Test and Poor Advice

The intent of this article is to shed some light the idea that decisions are not black and white...

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20

Mar

Pain Leads to Dysfunctional Movement and Vice Versa

“You can’t put fitness on dysfunction.” – Physical Therapist, Gray Cook Injury prevention and injury therapy are both shifting...

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11

Mar

Flattered:1st Specialized Running Clinic in USA

Active Spine and Sport has been chosen as the 1st “Specialized Running Clinic” in the USA by TheRunningClinic.com. TheRunningClinic.com...

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25

Feb

Sobering Video and Report

This past weekend I was attending a Faulty Movement Patterns seminar by Dr. Craig Liebenson when I was introduced...

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