WebExercises Sports Medicine Minute – Patient Education

  • September 2018
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Patient Education for Better Compliance and Treatment Outcomes We believe that patient education is a powerful tool to improve patient engagement and ultimately improve treatment outcomes. Why? Awareness of conditions, treatment options, as well as the necessity of treatment will motivate patients to adhere to their care plan and prevent drop outs. But how much

$ 1.3 M FEMA-funded research project proves the effectiveness of WebExercises’ technology for back pain prevention among firefighters

  • September 2018
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$ 1.3 M FEMA-funded research project proves the effectiveness of WebExercises’ technology for back pain prevention among firefighters Preliminary results of a new study suggest that web-based exercise programs are more effective in preventing back pain among firefighters than supervised exercise sessions. These results were presented at the FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grants Program, Fire Prevention &

Sports Med Insights: Why Sitting is the New Smoking

  • May 2018
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WebExercises Sports Medicine Minute: Why Sitting is the New Smoking, how it effects posture and what you can do about it. The amount of time most people spend sitting has been constantly increasing over the last couple of decades. How can this affect our health and what can we do about it? Long periods of

A Neurological Approach to Soft Tissue – 5 questions, 5 answers with Dr. John Campione

  • October 2017
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5 questions, 5 answers with Dr. John Campione This month we are excited to feature Dr. John Campione to understand how a neurological approach can improve treatment outcomes. Dr. John Campione is a Chiropractic Physician from Warrenville, IL. He is a graduate of the National University of Health Sciences receiving his Doctor of Chiropractic degree

Sports Med Insights: Low Back Exercise Risk vs Reward

  • February 2017
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Helping patients prevent low back pain through exercise programming The economic impact of low back pain (LBP) is greater than $100 billion per year and causes more disability globally than any other condition. (1,2) It is the most common cause of activity limitation in adults aged 45 and younger and only second to arthritis in

Sports Med Insights: Foam Rolling vs Stretching

  • October 2014
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Summary Courtesy of Strength and Conditioning Research Review Foam Rolling and Static Stretching on Passive Hip Flexion Range of Motion. Mohr, Long and Goad, in Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 2014 What is the background? Traditionally, flexibility has primarily been improved through static stretching. However, static stretching may be undesirable to perform for athletes, as it