Archive for 'Sports Medicine'

Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions

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Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions
If you are still keeping up with your resolutions, you have made it through a month. Congratulations! You are almost half way to forming a habit.

If you resolved to lose weight or get healthy this year, here are some tips to make the remaining month a little easier.  If you haven’t made a resolution yet, it isn’t too late (it’s still January):

1) Take a Nutritional Inventory: write down your goals and strategies and review them regularly.  Consider making yourself a ...

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Breaking The Injury Cycle With A.R.T

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Breaking The Injury Cycle With A.R.T

If you’ve been an athlete for many years, or if you’re newly discovering your connection with movement, you know that injuries can happen when we push our bodies to the limit. We develop a deep and complex relationship with ourselves, often exceeding what we thought possible, and we inevitably feel pain in places we didn’t know existed.

I believe that a knowledgeable athlete is a better athlete, and want to partner with our clients to break the injury cycle. Among athletes ...

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PRP: What Is It, and Is It for Me?

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PRP: What Is It, and Is It for Me?

Below is the first in a series of entries on injury treatment and prevention. The author is Sejal Vyas, a Physical Therapist and Managing Partner at Metro Sports PT. Sejal has treated many of our athletes over the years and brings a strong academic background as well as practical experience in Sports Medicine and as an athlete herself. 

PRP has been the focus of media attention over the past few years because of ...
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