• “But There Was No Damage To My Car!”

    You are stopped for a traffic light when without warning; you are rear-ended. The impact was not hard and there is minimal or no damage to either car because of the energy absorbing bumpers. Never the less, you begin experiencing a headache, neck, shoulder and back pain. The next day, the pains have worsened and… Read more »

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  • Basketball Injuries

    Dr. James Naismith, using a soccer ball and two peach baskets, first introduced basketball to the world in 1891. The basketball of today, with its high-speed and physical aggressiveness, scarcely resembles the original game. With this modern style of play, come many opportunities for injury: it is estimated that there are more than 1.6 million… Read more »

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  • It’s Only A Soft Tissue Injury!

    “It’s only a soft tissue injury!” This is a common statement made by many when commenting about a strain or a sprain. In the mind of most people, there is minimal damage requiring minimal care. The reality is, this can be far from the truth! Soft tissue injuries can be painful and result in long… Read more »

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