Why You Don’t Need An X-Ray for Your Ankle Sprain

Why You Don’t Need An X-Ray for Your Ankle Sprain

Ankle sprains are one of the most common orthopedic injuries occurring in sports, and it is the most commonly seen orthopedic injury in emergency rooms.  Most people who sprain their ankle feel it is necessary to go to the emergency room to make sure that the ankle...
Hockey Training: Guide to the Off-Season

Hockey Training: Guide to the Off-Season

As the hockey season comes to a close, it’s time for athletes to start thinking about what they are going to do in the off-season.  The off-season is the ideal time to recover from injury,  address movement dysfunctions, and focus on physical training to improve...
How to evaluate a training facility: 7 questions to ask

How to evaluate a training facility: 7 questions to ask

The sports training industry has developed into an over $8 billion industry. New athlete training facilities are popping up everywhere.  They have become a popular business venture for many people who enjoy athletics and like to be around athletes.  Unfortunately, as...
4 Things All Baseball Players Should Be Doing This Winter

4 Things All Baseball Players Should Be Doing This Winter

There’s still snow on the ground, but all of Minnesota looks to warmer days, green grass, and, of course, baseball season.  While it may seem like these days are far off, it is time for baseball players to start prepping for the upcoming season. Here are four things...
Concussion Crisis: How the Medical System is Failing Athletes

Concussion Crisis: How the Medical System is Failing Athletes

Over the past 10-15 years, the medical and athletic communities have made great strides in raising concussion awareness.  While most athletes, parents, and coaches recognize the seriousness of concussions, many do not know the best route to diagnosing and managing a...
5 Things Every Runner Should Do This Winter

5 Things Every Runner Should Do This Winter

As snow and ice blanket our fair state in the winter months, the running “off-season” descends on those of us who fear the unexpected slip or dislike the brutal wind and cold.  While some may view it as lost mileage, I encourage you to view it as an opportunity to...