Sports Injuries and Musculoskeletal Pain

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Cervicogenic Headaches, Such a Pain in the Neck!

Last week, I talked about tension headaches and how it can be similar to other headaches. One of those headaches are cervicogenic headaches. It is a fancy term that just means a headache that starts in the neck. From my experience, it can be pretty prevalent. Most of us have known someone who has experienced …

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Exercise and Recovery: Constrained Theory of Energy Expenditure

I came across this theory awhile back and I put off investigating it. Well it came around again and this time I spent the time to investigate. There is a growing database of research around this theory. For the longest time we assumed calories in, calories out. If you eat 2500 calories per day, you …

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Elbow Pain: Is it Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow or Does it Even Matter?

Elbow pain. Many of us have had it. Whether you play tennis and golf a lot or not, they are not the only cause to elbow pain. Elbow pain or more specifically lateral and medial epicondylitis are associated with tennis and golf, respectively. Due to the repetitive motions it can put strain on the tissues …

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Migraines: The Bane of My Existence

Migraine headaches are one of the most debilitating disorders out there. I personally dealt with them for a long time. I started developing migraines when I was in high school in the early 2000s. I got them periodically back then. Often on the weekend, I would feel it coming and then the excruciating pain would …

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