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  1. Spinal Stabilization Exercise Books Aim to Improve HEP Compliance and techniqueRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Rehab Management

    ... therapists, PTs in private practice, physiatrists, assistive technology providers, athletic trainers, sports medicine specialists, and other rehabilitation professionals. With a 20,000 circulation, Rehab Management offers special sections devoted to ...

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  2. Walking burns more fat than running : November 25, 2014,Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Daily Times

    Researchers have found that low-intensity exercise may burn more fat than high-intensity activities when it comes to shedding pounds. The findings were reported in the International Journal of Sports Medicine, the research team, led by Dr Vassilis Mougios of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, randomly assigned 14 normal-weight and overweight women to one of two groups, one that exercised on a treadmill at a moderate pace, four times a week, and one that worked out at a more vigorous clip, also four times per week.

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  3. Attention College Coaches: Do Not Join Early Morning Training HypeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CNN

    ... students to be functioning properly. A college athlete needs even more sleep. According to David Geier, a sports medicine specialist, "Getting enough sleep is critical for athletic performance." He continues to share that since an athlete pushes ...

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  4. Back to the playground: Adult kickball takes offRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Inside Bay Area

    ... -- is about halfway to the 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity the American College of Sports Medicine recommends, she says. Moderate physical activity includes walking, housework or gardening -- it doesn't have to involve a gym ...

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  5. College unveils construction Master Plan, Morton, Millington slated for destructionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | The Flat Hat

    ... The facility would include basketball practice courts, volleyball practice courts, academic study space, sports medicine and additional strength training facilities. The proposed building site is in the parking lot on the north side of William and ...

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  6. Big call if giants awakeRead the original story

    Monday | Fiji Times

    ... in terms of big open spaces to build more rugby stadiums, the scientific expertise in sports fitness and sports medicine and most importantly the physical built to play the game. They can even have a super rugby competition of their own and one ...

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  7. NJ Top Docs Presents, Dr. Robert Kayal of Kayal Orthopaedic Center, P.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PRWeb

    ... and complicated foot disorders. Some services they offer but are not limited to: Minimally Invasive Surgery Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy Partial & Total Joint Replacement Trauma/Fracture Care Treatment of Spinal Disorders General Orthopaedic Bone ...

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  8. Combat Training: Can Female Marines Get The Job Done?Read the original story

    Monday | WNYC-AM New York

    ... squad compares with a squad with one woman, then two women. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh's sports medicine department will also work with male and female marines to check everything from lung capacity and heart rate to patterns of ...

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  9. Schools take firm stance in dealing with concussionsRead the original story

    Sunday | Morning Journal

    ... Zachary Veres and hundreds of other medical professionals. Veres is one of the founders of Mahoning Valley Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, a Warren-based clinic offering sports rehabilitation services to area athletes. The clinic helps athletes ...

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  10. Central wrestlers looking for repeat trip to state tournamentRead the original story

    Sunday | Star-Telegram.com

    ... as more colleges are offering women's wrestling. "It's tough to find a school with women's wrestling and a sports medicine program," she said, noting her desire for her career. Her love for sports training was evident at the matches last week, as ...

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  11. Body weight training tops 2015 forecastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Nashua Telegraph

    If you've been doing a lot of push-ups and lunges lately when you go to the gym, don't be surprised if pretty soon you're not the only one doing them. A few weeks ago, the American College of Sports Medicine released its findings from its annual fitness trend forecast.

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  12. Al Warr: More healthcare services available today in local facilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Jersey Journal

    ... are board-certified emergency medicine physicians. Practices include internal medicine, cardiology, OB/GYN, sports medicine, pediatric allergy, immunology, and orthopedics, and more. For more information, call 908-685-2485 or visit rwjpe.com . The ...

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  13. Cancer message for youthRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Yahoo!

    Meagan Slater, 22, is the ambassador for a new campaign to raise awareness of early symptom cancer. Picture: Simon Santi/The West Australian When 22-year-old Meagan Slater noticed her stomach was persistently bloated a few years ago, she thought she needed to do more exercise.

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  14. Lessons from minimalist running shoes - from design to experienceRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 23 | The Star Online

    ... to toe, even though flatter shoes are known to aid posture and alignment. This year the American College of Sports Medicine listed minimal heel-to-toe drop, the absence of motion control or stability components, and lightness as the key ...

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  15. Tips to reduce risk of Turkey Bowl injuriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Medical News

    Every year around this time, Loyola University Medical Center sports medicine surgeon Dr. Pietro Tonino sees a spike in sprains, contusions, broken bones and other injuries suffered in Thanksgiving pick-up football games. Many of these injuries are easily preventable, Tonino said.

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  16. Loyola Medical Center's Dr. Bart Wojewnik: Business SpotlightRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Patch.com

    Dr. Bart Wojewnik, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery & Rehabilitation, is a neck and back expert who specializes in cervical lumbar disc disorders, neck pain, nerve injuries, spinal disc disease, sports injuries to the spine and spine surgery. He sees patients at the Loyola Outpatient Center , Loyola Center for Health at Burr Ridge and Loyola Center for Health at Park Ridge.

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  17. Exhibition of Sports Scientific and Technological Successes ClosesRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Korean News

    ... s measuring instruments, the Pyongyang Apparatus Factory in athletic equipment, the Kwanmobong Sport Team in sports medicine and the Chilbosan Sports Team in sports nutrition in overall standing.

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  18. ProEx Physical Therapy names Leah Katsos as Exercise TechnicianRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | PR Log

    PRLog - Nov. 21, 2014 - HAVERHILL, Mass. -- ProEx, a physical therapist owned private practice specializing in orthopedics, spine and sports medicine announces that Leah Katsos of Lynn, Massachusetts has been named an Exercise Technician/Front Desk Specialist in the Haverhill location.

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  19. Fortius profile: Christopher MacLean, biomechanistRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Burnaby Now

    ... he coupled that with exercise science. He earned his masters degree in human kinetics working with UBC sports medicine legend Dr. Jack Taunton, and followed up with a PhD in biomechanics from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He came to ...

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  20. 2015's biggest fitness trend?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Fox News

    Every year, the American College of Sports Medicine polls thousands of fitness pros across the world to determine what the biggest workout trends will be. Remember when Zumba took over the internet in 2012? The ACSM totally predicted that.

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