All runners are not created equally some will break down once in awhile, and some will break down all the time.Read More
During the late propulsive stage of running (also called the take off stage) there is tension created in the psoas and ilacus muscle as well the rectus femoris muscle, your hip flexors located in the front of your hip and groin.Read More
Whenever we read an article about running the word pronation usually pops up. Most people think that pronation is a bad word like a four lettered bad word.Read More
regarding shoes, biomechanics, and training techniquesRead More
Why Is It So Common?
Knee pain is one of the top five running injuries impacting up to 2.5 million runners in the United States.
The Cohen Index is a quick way to assess your athlete’s lower extremity and to evaluate the likelihood of developing an overuse injury.Read More
A new, proven method of stretchingRead More
It’s baseball season again, and if you’re shopping for new cleats don’t miss this helpful advice.Read More
4 Common, Preventable Running Injuries You Need to Know AboutRead More
Is it really better than paved roads? A recent study by the Outdoor Industry Foundation showed that 4.8 million Americans participate in trail running, and that number is growing.Read More
Tracy Peal of Tracy Peal Speed answers our patient’s Sports Injury and Rehab QuestionsRead More
With football, basketball and hockey season in full effect, it is important to pay attention to injuries. Whether you are a professional athlete or you simply play in a local league or even just for fun, your feet and ankles can take quite the beating while you are participating in sportsRead More
Anyone who has ever taken their running routine seriously has experienced pain or soreness. For athletes, the question becomes when the pain overall muscle soreness and when is it something more that needs to be addressed?Read More
If your big toe is giving you trouble, then you might just have turf toe. Getting out onto the field and being in the throes of a game can be pretty exciting, but the next day aches and pains are certainly not as fun to deal with.Read More