An Injury Chapter

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This isn’t the most exciting chapter of any athlete’s journey, but it is usually a part of it. I’ve recently experienced a knee injury and I am in the process of rehabilitating it and getting back to normal training. I’ll

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Reinventing vs. Rebuilding: My New Comeback Approach

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I woke up yesterday morning in a funk. Ever have those days? Like for no obvious reason you’re starting off with an uphill climb. It wasn’t front of mind. I hadn’t been thinking about it before I went to sleep

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Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Pain and Dysfunction in Runners

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by Emily Kraus, MD, PM&R Sports Medicine Physician, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Low back and buttock pain is a common and frustrating ailment in runners, athletes, and even the general population. Identifying the exact pain generator is often

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One Year Post-Op

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by Amanda Rego from Giving the Glory A year ago I traveled to a foreign country and had my leg sliced open. A 5″ purple scar remains, serving as a reminder of just how far I had to go to

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