Anyone who has ever experienced the jolt of pain doing something mundane like tying their shoes or pulling weeds understands how debilitating lower back pain can be. Once it happens, it can become a chronic problem that prevents you from enjoying life.
Congratulations to Marissa Koch from Saint John Paul II Catholic High School. Our Athlete of the Week for August 2019. Marissa Koch St. John Paul II Catholic High School Volleyball 4.2 GPA -School Record for kills – 1,000 / Member of Final 4 &
Congratulations to Dorian Berry from Hazel Green High School. Our Athlete of the Week for August 2019. Dorian Berry Hazel Green High School Soccer / Bowling 3.75 GPA -4-Years Varsity Soccer / Team Captain / 2019 HGHS Defensive Player of the Year / Recorded 8 shut-outs in 2019 -Scored 30 on ACT / A/B Honor Roll / Advanced Placement (AP) courses / National &
Congratulations to Juanita Monteiro-Pai from Bob Jones High School. Our Athlete of the Week for August 2019. Juanita Monteiro-Pai Bob Jones High School Volleyball 4.6 GPA -4-Year Varsity Team Captain / First Team All-State / Under Armor All-American Watch List -Top 5% Class Rank / President –
What: Citywide Physical Exams When: Saturday, August 10
Hit a Home Run with Elbow Health Throwing injures that affect the elbow are most common in pitchers, but they can be seen in any athlete who participates in repetitive arm motion. Follow these tips to help keep your elbow feeling great and you in the game:
There are 26 bones and 33 joints in the human foot and ankle, and the height of arches and the shape of the toes vary from person to person. There are many things you can do to keep your feet healthy,
You toss, you turn, and you get zero sleep. If that sounds like a regular night for you because of hip pain, you’re probably going to want some relief as soon as possible. The first course of action is to figure out the root of that pain,
Ashley Redmon Finds her Sunshine
TOC will be CLOSED on Thursday, July 4, and open on Friday July 5. The After Hours Clinic will be CLOSED on Thursday July 4, and open regular hours (8:00 – 11:00 a.m.) on Saturday, July 6. There will be NO Pediatric Injury Clinic on July 4 or July 5.