Optimum Performance
October 16, 2018
Sports Medicine
October 16, 2018
Saturday morning workshops at one upstate New York clinic are helping high school athletes avoid injuries by focusing on stretching, nutrition, and rest.
October 15, 2018
By Johnny Owens, MPT — Owens Recovery Science, INC.
October 15, 2018
by: Douglas Johnson, ATC, EES, CLS   |   Chris Carraway DC,DIBCN, CLS The use of light as a physical modality continues to gain popularity. The beneficial effects on pain and tissue repair make it an ideal adjunct to pain management care. Everyone can agree, that light therapy works. However, there is a great deal of confusion on “what” type of device is needed to produce photobiological effects in the tissue. The most confusing issue revolves around laser power.
October 15, 2018
Athletes suffer all kinds of painful wounds that can limit their performance, or worse, cause them to miss action while they wait for their wounds to heal. Think of serious abrasions, such as turf burn on a football player, debilitating blisters on a pitcher, skate lacerations on a hockey player or even less common wounds such as infected wounds and cysts. Athletic trainers need to be able to manage all types of wounds efficiently and effectively, and PolyMem® dressings can help meet those needs better than any other wound-care product available today.
October 15, 2018
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