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Athletes are not the only ones with sports-related conditions

by Tom Jensen, PT/ATC The fall sports season is wrapping up as post-season tournaments begin. But participants in athletics are not the only ones who suffer from sports-related injuries. Coaches, athletes, parents, and fans have additional pressure on them to continue to perform or…
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Joint Replacement Improves Earnings

Want to add from $10,000 to $30,000 annually to your lifetime earnings and improve your sex life at the same time? Get a total hip or knee replacement. That is the message of two studies, one published in the Journal…
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Preparing for the Jingle Bell 5K

If you listen closely outside our clinic the Saturday before Thanksgiving (November, 23), you'll hear the jingle of a few hundred bells. Snow or shine, hundreds of people gather outside our clinic, strap some bells around their ankles, and run…
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Selecting the right running shoe

There are three main types of running shoe — but which one is best for you? That depends on your foot and the level of your activity. St. Cloud Orthopedic Sports Center director Tom Jensen explains the differences in this…
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Testimonial

"The HEAT program was one of the biggest factors in my quick recovery from 2 ACL surgeries. They tailored the program to keep me from having any more injuries and taught me prevention steps. It was really key that they…
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HEAT – It’s More than a Workout

heat workout The HEAT program is a strength and conditioning program for anyone from a serious athlete to someone just looking to improve their fitness levels and quality of life. Athletes' programs are geared toward the specific sport the athlete is training…
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Herb Brooks National Hockey Center Opens

SCSU Hockey If there's one sport that bring people together in our community, it's hockey. So we're honored to have a presence in the new Herb Brooks National Hockey Center on the campus of St. Cloud State University. As a sponsor of…
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Ignite Your Potential with HEAT

HEAT Our High Energy Advanced Training (HEAT) Program is a comprehensive strength training program based on sound scientific and medical principles under the supervision of a trained exercise physiologist. Our program is based on sound scientific and medical principles to help…
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