Active Care versus Injury Care: What is the difference? One of the more common questions I receive from clients is “do I need to come in for treatment every once in a while to keep this injury at bay”. While this is a very loaded question when it comes to business for the chiropractic, physical […]
http://www.runnersworld.com/injury-prevention/6-common-injuries-you-should-never-try-to-train-through 6 Common Injuries You Should Never Try to Train Through Because sometimes, “no pain, no gain” couldn’t be further from the truth. ByK. Aleisha Fetters MONDAY, JUNE 26, 2017, 10:18 AM When dedication defines your mindset on workouts (and results), it can be hard to back off your training—even if your body is begging […]
A video compilation of some of the events held at the annual Festival of India at the Richmond Convention Center in Richmond, Virginia. October 24-25, 2015.
This is a short time lapse taken during the Road Circuit training for the UCI Worlds Championship bike races held in Richmond, VA during September 2015. This was created using Microsoft’s Hyperlapse App for Android. It does a pretty good job creating this.
Compilation of several videos taken during the UCI Worlds Road Circuit bike races in Richmond, Virginia September 19th – 27th. All video taken with a Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Dr. Derek Gearhart is happy to share that he has completed his 12th consecutive Active Release Technique certification this past January 2016. This particular seminar was a re-certification for the Spine. Dr. Gearhart took his first seminar in 2004 and has maintained a current certification ever since. Professionally certified providers must maintain yearly continuing education […]
Excellent video from Runners World and Dr. Jordan Metzl, Medical Doctor detailing Shin Splints. He explains the anatomy along with the differences between bone pain and muscle pain. A true fix relies on proper cross-training and strength and conditioning.
TEXTING NECK Today’s society has relied upon text messaging, social media, and other applications via mobile devices to communicate for years, but recent research has shown that the increase in the use of technology could in fact be a major cause of neck pain. A recent research article in the Applied Ergonomics journal […]