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Pain When Touching Our Toes can Indicate a Hamstring Problem

December 2nd, 2019

Our Hamstring Muscles are the reason behind our ability or inability, to touch our toes. The hamstring, is the muscle that runs from deep in the buttock to the back of the knee. This muscle primarily bends the knee and extends the hip backwards, and is very important with walking and running. Some common hamstring

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Closed for Thanksgiving – Thursday, November 28th

November 27th, 2019

Just a reminder that we will be closed Thursday, November 28th, 2019! We will be open our normal hours, 6:30am – 5pm on Friday, November 29th. We hope you enjoy your time with your friends and family, and all your Thanksgiving traditions! Click Below to follow us on Social Media: FACEBOOK         

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Get Rid of That Creeping Back Pain

November 18th, 2019

Back pain can creep up on us after simply sitting too frequently and for long periods of time, after a bad night’s sleep, after strenuous activity such as repeated  lifting, or after participating in leisurely sports. Back pain could even prevent us from standing straight, and bending over to tie our shoes or do the

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What to do About a Concussion

November 15th, 2019

Many people think that a concussion only happens in football games or car crashes.  But the truth is, all athletes are at just as high a risk. So how do you reduce the risk of you or your athletes getting sidelined by a concussion? What is a Concussion and How Does it Occur? A concussion

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Where These Headaches are Coming From

November 15th, 2019

Anyone who experiences ongoing or recurring headaches, has probably taken aspirin or any other over-the-counter medication to “relieve” the symptoms. However, this is only temporarily relieving the symptoms as it is creating a false release of the muscles and thus a temporary release of the muscle tension and pressure. How They Occur: The problem with

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Stretches to Prevent Injuries

November 14th, 2019

Hiking and rock climbing are wonderful recreational activities that provides significant benefits to the body. They can workout pretty much every muscle in our body and help to build up our endurance. Even if it’s a short hike or climb, if we’re spending much of it scrambling over rocks or walking up a steady incline,

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“I’ve Pulled My Hamstring!”

November 12th, 2019

There have been numerous times athletes have grabbed the back of their leg and hobbled off the field or court in pain. This is often because they’ve pulled their hamstring muscle. What is the hamstring and why is it injured so often? The hamstring complex is made up of three muscles that originate from the

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Where That Elbow Pain is Coming From

November 12th, 2019

Many people have heard of and will use terms like ‘tennis elbow’ and ‘golfer’s elbow.’ What exactly are these conditions and what’s the difference? The truth is, not much. Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow are both overuse injuries that are caused by any activity that requires repetitive motion of the arm and wrist.   The

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Walking and Standing Shouldn’t Be Painful

November 12th, 2019

Foot and ankle pain, and discomfort in the heel and arches are common problems for every age group. This type of discomfort and pain makes daily, functional activities such as standing, walking and using stairs difficult. It can also mean we have trouble going from a seated position to a standing one without pain. What causes

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We’ve Been Nominated for Best of Loudoun 2020!

November 11th, 2019

We have great news! We have been nominated for Best of Loudoun 2020! Now we need your help… Voting begins on December 13th to see who will move on to the top 5! Be sure to vote once a day starting on the 13th to see us in the final round! Thank you to all

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