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How many times, as a clinician, have you asked your patient to get a rehab tool and they buy the wrong thing, or they get something that they thought was “similiar” to what you wanted them to have…but it wasn’t? It isn’t always possible to have all the right tools ready to dispense from your […]

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Initial Treatment Response

Once a player has been deemed to have a soft tissue injury and has been removed from the field of play, initial treatment must be commenced. The treatment a player receives immediately after an injury occurs can significantly affect the ongoing severity of the injury and greatly affect the length of time for the injury […]

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Blisters can be debilitating for sports people and can significantly reduce performance. Blisters are caused by two main factors- friction and moisture. Friction and shearing forces in a moist environment (forces directed across the skin) causes the layers of skin to separate (epidermis from the dermis) and fill with either a clear fluid or blood […]

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Heel Pain-Plantar Fasciitis

Heel pain or, plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of foot pain. It affects the thick connective tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot called the plantar fascia. Although the name implies an inflammation it actually is more of degeneration of the plantar fascia ligament, with very few inflammatory markers evident on […]

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Initial Injury Assessment

Your first response to an injury is the most important in order to prevent further injury from occurring. As a sports trainer you need to be able to make decisions on whether a player is able to continue to play or if they need to be taken from the field. In some sports those decisions […]

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