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A doctor examining the pupils of an athlete. This is one of the first ways to look for signs that you may have a concussion.

Concussion Injuries & How To Recover from Them

A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that affects your brain’s ability to function normally. The symptoms are usually temporary. However, while they last, they may include headaches and difficulties with memory and concentration. Your motor skills may also be affected in some cases; you may experience trouble maintaining your balance as well as with …

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Graduated Compression Stockings – Questions & Answers

Graduated compression stockings are a specialized form of hosiery that is used to treat venous disorders such as phlebitis, thrombosis and edema. These stockings are designed to exert maximum pressure at the ankles, with the pressure gradually decreasing as one moves upwards to the waist (or the knees in the case of knee high stockings). …

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How To Cope With Injury Recovery Setbacks

We would all like to think that recovering from an injury is a straightforward process; you do everything your doctor says every step of the way and and soon with enough time, patience and dedication to a rehab routine, you are back playing the sport or doing the hobby you love. Unfortunately, life is messy …

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4 Common Exercises You Shouldn’t Be Doing and Alternatives

A huge reason why people work out and are physically active is to stay healthy and steer clear of the bodily ills that plague their more sedentary counterparts. But not all fitness routines are created equal; some of those tried and true exercises may be inching you closer to pain, injury and the sidelines. Here …

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10 Cricket Warm-Up Exercises

Cricket is rapidly becoming more popular in Canada. However, even for indoor games, the cold climate here makes it even more important to warm up properly before a game. Cold muscles and tendons are more susceptible to injury as a result of a sudden burst of activity like a sharp sprint to the boundary, and …

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How To Treat An Ankle Sprain

Ankle injuries are among some of the most nefarious obstacles any athlete or physically active person can face. They sideline your training, force you to the bench, make you sit on the couch instead of doing what you love and, if it wasn’t bad enough already, ankle sprains are one of the most difficult injuries …

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Three Best Ways To Warm Up Before Exercise

A runner’s odds of suffering an injury are significantly impacted by what they do before they even step foot on the trail, track or road. The same goes for a hockey player, biking enthusiast, frequent gym-goer or any other person who exercises. That’s because the warm up routine, the prelude to any physical activity, sets …

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5 Ways To Stay Safe And Healthy On A Long Hike

Going out for a hike is the perfect way to be active, get fit, spend time with family or friends and explore what Mother Nature has to offer in your area. However, hitting the trails can open you up to everything from sprained ankles to dehydration and tangling with poison ivy. We put together a …

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5 Best Ways Hockey Players Can Train In The Off-Season

Spring marks the last few weeks of the hockey season, but for many, hockey will remain on the brain all through the warmer months. Hockey players of all ages will no doubt be looking forward to the fall when they can tie up a pair of skates and rejoin their teammates on the ice once …

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