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Ringing the Pain Alarm

by Robin Isaacs

Everyone feels pain at some point. It may range from a small paper cut to a broken bone, a headache to a sunburn, a sprain to full blown arthritis. Pain is an output of our brain and nervous system that helps to keep us safe and motivate action or change to protect the body.The latest research suggests the more you know about your pain the less impact pain will have on your longevity and your ability to move and function.

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Ankle Sprains, Part 1

Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries in American high school athletes, occurring over 300,000 times per year. Ankle injuries rates are highest in sports that combine jumping near others and rapid direction changes while running. The winter sports of basketball and wrestling certainly place strong and dynamic stress on the ankles, making this a good time to consider how to handle ankle sprains if they occur to you or someone on your team. 

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