Posts tagged Running injuries
"Feed Me!" - your muscles

We all know, to some degree, the importance of eating a balanced, healthy diet. What we don't always realize is how the food we ingest is put to work internally. Without making you yawn with scientific details about how food is digested, let's just skip to the basics. Glygogen is a form of glucose that serves as energy storage and is the body's predominant source of energy during moderate to high-intensity exertion. The main thing you need to know?

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Enhance YOUR Running

Ever felt like running just wasn't your thing? Been a runner for years and wonder how others seem to float along while you are pounding the pavement? Do you constantly deal with overuse injuries when you try to run? We can help! Dr. Dukes offers Enhance Running group clinics and on-on-one technique sessions for those looking to dig into the inefficiencies of their gait and to improve their overall running form.

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Active Release Technique

Have you ever had to deal with the pain of tennis elbow? How about shin splints, or the dreaded sciatica? Many times people with these conditions think that they just have to wait it out, take some medications and avoid any activities that cause the pain. Fortunately for the patients at Body In Motion; however, we utilize a therapy known as Active Release Technique (ART) that helps us quickly and effectively treat these conditions and get you back in action with minimal down time.

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What's with all the tools?

If you've been to a chiropractor who does a lot of soft tissue work, you might have noticed a tray of oddly shaped instruments made of either metal or bone lying around. Have you ever wondered what those crazy looking things are for? At Body in Motion we utilize a set of tools for a treatment technique called Graston. The Graston Technique, combined with the principles taught in the FAKTR Method help us treat soft tissue disorders like plantar fasciitis, IT-Band Syndrome, shin splints and many more. 

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