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be active

Did you know that May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month? That means that there’s no better time to begin a workout routine or try a new healthy activity. When you’re active, you burn the calories you’ve consumed during the day helping you achieve and maintain a healthy weight. It isn’t necessary to train…

spring sports

As the weather warms up, more people get outside to enjoy the sunshine, flowers, and the sights, sounds, and smells of new life all around – and to play sports. From golf, baseball, and soccer to running, biking, and rollerblading, spring brings out the athlete in all of us. However, with so many people enjoying…

shoulder subluxation

Shoulder subluxation is a dislocation injury in which the ball of the upper arm bone slips partially out of the glenoid socket (the socket of the scapula, or shoulder blade). By contrast, in a complete dislocation, the humerus comes entirely out of the socket. As the most mobile joint in the human body, the shoulder…

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