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Dr. Royer Named OSCA District Director of the Year for 2019

Dr. Royer Named OSCA District Director of the Year for 2019

Dr. Bryan D. Royer was named the District Director of the Year of the Ohio State Chiropractic Association for 2019. He previously won this award in 2017. Dr. Royer has served the OSCA as the Chair of the Governance & Nominating Committee for the past few years and...

Runners Knee

Runners Knee

Runners knee is one of the most common problems that affects runners today as it encompasses around 25% of all running injuries. Runners knee is also known as anterior knee pain, which differentiates it from things like iliotibial band syndrome. It has the tendency to...

Selective Functional Movement Assessment

Selective Functional Movement Assessment

Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) is a diagnostic and therapeutic tool developed by Gray Cook, Greg Rose and colleagues. It is a set of seven full-body movement tests to identify specific movement limitations and assist the diagnosis and treatment of...

Off Season Resistance Training for Runners

Off Season Resistance Training for Runners

Failing to plan is planning to fail. Resistance training should be part of all runner's off season plans.By now, you have probably completed your races for the year and now that the off-season for running is upon us, it is the time to recover and to begin to prep for...

Leaf Raking Tips

Leaf Raking Tips

For anyone who wants more information on leaf raking tips, I have included a link to a PDF file for you below. I hope you enjoyed the Video Post and I hope you learned something.MORE INFORMATION ABOUT DR. ROYER Dr. Bryan D. Royer has been practicing chiropractic...

Foot Orthotics for Runners

Foot Orthotics for Runners

What do Orthotics do? Gait is extremely complicated with 28 bones and 33 joints in the foot and ankle being pulled on by over 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments. Orthotics are devices that can help runners feet move better biomechanically. The foot and ankle are...

Should I Warm Up before Running?

Should I Warm Up before Running?

Warm Up for Running Runners should complete a warm up prior to athletic events to prepare the body for movement and stress. The reason why you do a warm up is to increase the blood flow to the muscle that will be working and increase the core temperature while...

Resistance Training Programs – Endurance

Resistance Training Programs – Endurance

In the past, resistance training programs for endurance athletes have not been embraced as part of their overall training plan. One reason is that athletes are not sure what to do or how to incorporate resistance training programs into their endurance sport. Another...

In-Season Strength Training for Runners

In-Season Strength Training for Runners

The body must be resilient to be a good runner and one of the things that can help build resilience is strength training. Runners who get injured frequently have problems with their level of strength especially in certain muscle groups. Running is a catabolic activity...

Single Leg Hop Tests

Single Leg Hop Tests

Hop tests are great functional assessments to see whether or not certain activities or exercises are appropriate for an athlete's skill level.When it comes to testing patients and athletes to determine if they are ready to return to a sport or activity after an...

Running and Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Running and Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Between 25 and 42% of all overuse injuries related to running occur in the knee, making it one of the most commonly injured areas. Among runners, Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) is the second most common injury and is the most common reason for lateral knee pain....

Glute Activation & Gluteal Amnesia in Runners

Glute Activation & Gluteal Amnesia in Runners

Many runners do not realize it when they have trouble with glute activation, but their times can suffer and they can put themselves at more risk for injury if they don't address the cause. The gluteal muscles are a group of three separate muscles that make up the...

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