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Summer Running Goals? We can help!

Summer is coming and everyone is RUNNING to reach their fitness goals! Breakthru is here to help you reach them! As the weather warms up, and you are increasing your training, it is important to know that with increased running having proper form is key to prevent injury! Did you know? Breakthru Physical Therapists and […]

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How To Reduce Your Risk Of ACL Injury For Athletes

ACL injuries are one of the most common knee injuries for athletes, especially if you play sports like soccer or football or lacrosse. So what is the ACL? The ACL, or anterior cruciate ligament, in one of 4 important ligaments that help stabilize your knee. More specifically, the ACL helps stabilize your knee during cutting […]

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Tips To Start Running Injury Free

The temperature is rising and days are getting longer. Spring is here and it’s always nice to be able to spend some time outside. While running can be a great way to get in shape while spending time outside, it is important to slowly build up those miles to prevent injury. Here are some tips […]

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ACL- Incidence and Prevention

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is one of four major ligaments (ligaments connect bone to bone) of the knee joint that coordinate function and promote stability of the knee joint. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the most commonly injured knee ligament. In the United States there are between 100,000 and 200,000 ACL ruptures per year, with an annual incidence […]

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Make a SPLASH into Recovery

Spring is around the corner! With it comes the opportunity to participate in all of the exciting activities the season affords. Unfortunately, many individuals are unable to take full advantage of this warm weather due to chronic pain or other injuries that causes difficulty with movement and activity.  Being unable to engage in hobbies or […]

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ACL Injury Prevention—Evidence Based Care

In recent years, the occurrence of knee injuries in the athletic population has skyrocketed, especially injuries to the ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament). According to a recent study, over 250,000 ACL injuries occur annually in the United States alone. Management of ACL-related issues costs the health-care system over two billion dollars per year. The high incidence […]

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