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A new program will focus on helping La Crosse firefighters with tactical performance training to improve mobility, strength, speed and endurance.
These clinics are for student athletes entering grades 7–12 in the 2022–2023 school year. The physicals provided fulfill Minnesota State High School League sports requirements.
Construction will begin in spring on the complex offering sports medicine, imaging and performance training services.
Pain on the outside of your knee may be a warning sign of an iliotibial, or IT, band issue. Learn why rest and early treatment is best instead of pushing past the pain, and how to avoid future injury.
The shoulder is an amazing joint, but it can become dislocated, especially during sports that involve contact, falls and reaching overhead. Here's what you can expect if it happens.
Experiencing throbbing pain down the front of your lower legs when you work out? You may have shin splints. Learn how to speed your recovery.
Injuries caused by repetitive motions and overuse can plague team and individual athletes of any age. Learn how to help prevent these injuries and allow your body to recover.
After a shoulder injury, avid drummer John DiTulio searched for a less-invasive treatment option and found ultrasonic tenotomy. He hardly skipped a beat after undergoing this nonsurgical procedure.
Dietary supplements are popular among young athletes with nearly 60% reporting regular use. Get information about research efforts, and gather tips before giving supplements to your young athlete.
Don't let joint pain sideline your exercise goals. Two sports medicine experts offer steps for starting and maintaining regular exercise despite those aching knees and shoulders.
While most winter sports lovers aren't in the same league as Olympians, their care has some things in common. Learn about those similarities from a U.S. Ski Jumping Team physician.
If you injure your ankle or knee, should you wear a brace to support the joint? A brace can help or hinder your recovery. Here are three questions to consider.
Does starting a workout routine seem overwhelming with your busy schedule and long to-do list? Get 5 simple tips for a realistic workout routine.
It seems like something out of a sci-fi movie — using a vibrating needle to deliver ultrasonic energy directly to a damaged tendon. Learn about a no-surgery treatment to heal tendon pain.
The technology is amazing, and there’s definitely a “cool” factor, but is an activity tracker for everyone? If you’re considering one for yourself or as a holiday gift, here are 5 things to keep in mind.