Treatment for Achilles Tendinopathy

Dr. Christopher RagoUncategorized0 Comments

Treatment for Achilles Tendinopathy Treating the Flexor Hallicus Longus and Tibialis Posterior Muscle for Achilles Tendinopathy Achilles Tendinopathy is produced by an overload of the calf musculature and the Achilles tendon. It’s been found that with runners who have a … Read More

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Are You Set for The Slopes?

Dr. Dustin DebRoyUncategorized0 Comments

Set for The Slopes? There is still a lot of winters left and with February break coming up I know a lot of readers will be hitting the slopes. Whether you’re Olympic Gold Medalist Chloe Kim or a newbie headed … Read More

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A Novel Approach To Running Rehabilitation

Dr. Alex SvacUncategorized0 Comments

Running Rehabilitation A Novel Approach  In my experience with sports rehabilitation, I’ve found that an evidence-based approach is the most successful plan we can utilize. The following are my thoughts on this subject. In my rehabilitation career, I’ve worked with … Read More

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Recovery Techniques

Dr. Christopher RagoUncategorized0 Comments

Recovery Techniques People now are more active and taking control of their lives and health. Above all, focus on diet and exercise is the most noteworthy change. With the increase in activity, it seems like there is a need for … Read More

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5 Ways to Supplement Your Health

Dr. Dustin DebRoyUncategorized0 Comments

5 Ways to Supplement Your Health There are a lot of supplements on the market and it can leave the consumer feeling lost and confused at the checkout counter. Most importantly? All supplements are not created equal. There are three important … Read More

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Acute Phase Care

Dr. Aaron GerardUncategorized0 Comments

The 72 Hour Window So, you sprained your ankle. What do you do now? Everyone knows that following an injury, R.I.C.E (rest, ice, compression, elevation) seems like the immediate protocol. However, the body needs nutrients in order to heal efficiently and … Read More

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Biomechanics Lab At Greenwich Sports Medicine

Dr. Alex SvacUncategorized0 Comments

Introducing Our New Clinical Biomechanics Lab At Greenwich Sports Medicine We are beyond excited to introduce our newest addition here at Greenwich Sports Medicine; our new state-of-the-art biomechanics lab from Noraxon. This lab will give us the opportunity to measure … Read More

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Blood Flow Restriction Training

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Blood Flow Restriction Training Blood flow restriction training (BFR), also known as occlusion training, has recently become popular in the sports rehabilitation world as a way to reintroduce training under low-load situations. It’s sudden rise in popularity comes after numerous … Read More

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Loading Dysfunction

Michael SpinnerResearch and Insights0 Comments

Loading Dysfunction, Yay or Nay? The topic of loading dysfunction frustrates me. It seems pretty obvious in my eyes in order to stay away from true pain but I see it over and over again. Is the movement actively or passively painful? If … Read More

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10 Tips for Moving and Feeling Better

Dr. Alex SvacResearch and Insights0 Comments

 How to Move and Feel Good Doing It Feeling better and living pain free usually revolves around one simple concept; better movement. Movement is the key to optimal function, joint and tissue health, neurologic function, and a better overall mindset. … Read More

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