Digital Scanning

By: Tim Maggs, DC Many Chiropractors would love to become more involved with both industry and sports teams in their area. These same Chiropractors know they could provide tremendous benefits if given the opportunity. The problem arises when they attempt to become involved, as politics and mis-education usually barricades the entry. The Medical Model Chiropractors 

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Shin Splints, Stress Fractures, and Orthotic Support

By: Tim Maggs, DC In athletes, shin splints and stress fractures are typically a result of repetitive motion injury in one or more supportive muscles in the lower leg. Very often these muscles work without ever fully recovering before being asked to perform again. All athletes use similar muscles as they participate in sport specific 

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Shin Splints (Video)

By: Tim Maggs, DC Lower leg pain associated with overuse typical of runners and other athletes is broadly defined as “shin splints.” Numerous conditions fall within this category of injuries, and various theories exist for their causes. Understanding the role of lower extremity biomechanics, especially those involving the subtalar joint, is critical to effective treatment: 

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Q-Angle of the Knee

By: Tim Maggs, DC This video targets one specific knee condition (patellofemoral pain syndrome), offers a possible indicator for predicting patients at risk (Q angle measurement) and suggests adjunctive treatment options (rehab exercises and flexible custom orthotics): Watch the Video Here Knee pain, in its most generalized definition, is experienced by millions of people of 

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