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Archive for October, 2014

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction via Allograft

If you have ever injured your knee, you might be familiar with the term ACL. A torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury can bench a person for a very long time, and will most likely require surgery before rehabilitation. The ACL is found in the knee, and in order to restore function, reconstructive surgery is […]

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The Impact of Tight Hamstrings

If you ever had a hamstring injury, then you are probably well aware just how frustrating and painful they can be. Not only is the pain continuous without much relief, but the healing and recuperation time can be a long drawn out process. Adding to that frustration is that the initial injury puts you at […]

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The Benefits of Incorporating Push-ups to Your Routine

Having a well-balanced workout routine, one that will benefit you the most, isn’t always the easiest to achieve and maintain. The time alone it could involve can be overwhelming, especially if you have a busy lifestyle with work, kids, and social activities constantly pulling on you for attention. It can also be quite costly, if […]

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