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Journal Entry chemical/x-hinA pain in the…shin?
Shin splits can sideline you from your regular exercise routine, but proper treatment and rest can get you back in action sooner rather than later.
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Journal Entry x-conference/x-cooltalkTake some weight off your knees—or pay the price
A 2012 study demonstrated that an increase in body mass index (BMI) increased a person’s chance of sustaining a non-contact ACL injury.
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Journal Entry“MATs”—The future of injury prevention in the military?
The Army hopes to minimize injuries and optimize performance by investing early in the health of its soldiers with Musculoskeletal Action Teams (MATs).
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Journal Entry Troff documentMinimalist running shoes: Do they really prevent injuries?
Barefoot-style running and minimalist running shoes are growing in popularity, but some new research now shows there are risks.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbNew from HPRC: Pain Management
An entirely new section has just been added to HPRC’s Total Force Fitness domain: Pain Management. It includes articles and resources to help Warfighters who need to manage pain—long-term and chronic.
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Journal EntryGet answers to your questions about pain
HPRC’s new section on Pain Management includes answers to FAQs about pain.
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Journal EntryA big name for a common knee problem
One very common cause of knee pain has a fancy name, but avoiding it can be quite simple if you follow some important advice.
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Journal EntryPerformance Strategies for injury prevention
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Check out our performance strategies for preventing common military injuries.
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Journal EntryTips on tendonitis
Tendonitis results from damage to connective structures in your body. Learn more about it and get your body back in action.
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Journal EntryIntimacy after an injury
Combat injuries such as PTSD and TBI can impact your ability and interest to be sexual with your partner. Two fact sheets provide more information and suggestions.
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