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May 5rd

Barefoot and Minimalist Running. The Debate Continues

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Barefoot and Minimalist Running. The Debate Continues Barefoot and Minimalist Running: What Do We Know? Barefoot running and running in minimalist shoes have received much attention in the scientific literature and media over the past few years. However, only 25%-30% of runners have reported using minimalist footwear on a regular basis 1, 2, and only […]

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May 5th

May 12th 8:00 am, “Park to Park” Walk

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Join the Magna Lions and the staff of Advanced Motion Physical Therapy  “Park to Park” Walk Why:                     Start your summer off on the right foot.  Get in shape this year. When:                  May 12, 2012 8:00am Start (Come 20 min early to register) Where:                Start at Magna-Kennecott Utah Copper Park Entrance (see map) http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&oe=UTF8&msa=0&msid=212245578365380003805.0004bcb66bee5c4310492 […]

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Mar 3th

Ankle Sprains

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March Madness is one week away.  This month we thought we would highlight a common injury from our favorite basketball tournament of the year, ankle sprains.   On a given day, more than 25,000 people will sprain their ankle. It can happen when you land the wrong way while you’re playing sports or participating in other […]

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Feb 2th

30 Minutes for Life

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 February is upon us, and this year has been great for getting out and walking.  We are trying to work on a partnership between our clinic and the Magna Health Fair to sponsor a walk in May.  So this particular healthy tip is slightly early but helpful in reminding us all to get healthy.  The […]

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Jan 1th

Snow Shoveling Basics

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A New Year means resolutions. Mine begins with at least a monthly note for healthy living sent to all our Facebook friends.  So far this winter has not brought much snow; but we all know that it is right around the corner.  Dan and I see a fair amount of back pain from snow shoveling, […]

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Nov 11th

Knee Conference

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“We believe that staying on top of cutting edge education is part of our responsibility to help our patients.  Both myself (meet lance)and Dan (meet Dan) have finished attending the following course. Robert C Manske PT,DPT, MEd, SCS, ATC, CSCS from Witchita State, who will be doing a lecture on the knee, “Advances in Examination […]

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Nov 11th

How to Choose the Right Shoe

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How to Choose the Right Shoe Over the past several year one question that is constantly asked is how to choose the right shoe.  Whether you are preparing for the Boston Marathon, Salt Lake Marathon, or just a casual neighborhood run your choice of shoes will make a big difference. In determining how to choose […]

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Nov 11th

Tips for Cyclists

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AMERICAN PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSOCIATION OFFERS TIPS FOR LEISURE CYCLISTS AND COMPETITIVE RIDERS ALIKE For weekend bicycle enthusiasts and competitive Tour riders alike, the risk of a bicycle-related injury may increase with an ill-fitting bicycle, says the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). According to APTA member Erik Moen, PT, CSCS, “Good bike fit promotes good posture […]

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