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Are you reading this blog and needing another reason to GET OUTSIDE? We have your answer inside!

As chiropractors, our primary concern is your health and well-being.  Our practice in general is a very musculo-skeletal based practice that primarily utilizes a few different tools to help relieve pain and tightness from areas of dysfunction and we have grown over time to pretty good at it.  Outside of this however, we often utilize […]

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Congratulations to one of our newest IRONMAN patients, Michael Wilson!

Hey everyone, just wanted to post a quick shout out to one of our newest IRONMAN patients, Michael Wilson.  Michael is a great guy, practically a Hoka running shoe ambassador to the south jersey running community, and nothing made us more happy to see this yesterday!  Michael started running and never looked back.  After running […]

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Kai Lenny talks about stand up paddle boarding downwind hydro foiling

Ok, so anyone familiar with our office knows that Dr. Mark Kemenosh loves being out and about on the waves, on a bay, or combining just about anything that involves being on the water.  If you wake up early in the OCNJ / Somers Point areas you will most likely find him out stand up […]

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Hoka this and Hoka that, lots of Hoka stuff on the inside of this post.

So last year we were hot and heavy on the HokaOneOne running shoe revolution taking place around our offices here in South Jersey.  It all started a few years ago when Dave Welsh, the owner of the Haddonfied Running Co, made Dr. Mark start wearing a pair and told him these might be the shoes […]

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Dr Craig broke down and picked up a pair of Clifton 3’s from HokaOneOne

I am not the biggest HokaOneOne fan for myself, but after two years of urging from Dr. Mark as well as the owner of the Haddonfield Running Company, I broke down and picked up a pair this past weekend.  Dave Welsh of the Haddonfield Running Co knows I like dark colored running shoes and nicknamed […]

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The Effect of Strength Training on Performance Indicators in Distance Runners

Check out this tweet and study when you have a moment! The Effect of Strength Training on Performance Indicators in Distance Runners @Inst_of_Sporthttps://t.co/gjxPbAtXRXpic.twitter.com/Kb3rVFzuuT — Kris Beattie (@krisbeattie86) May 3, 2016 Article Title:  The Effect of Strength Training on Performance Indicators in Distance Runners Published by:  Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research This study demonstrates that […]

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Plantar Fasciitis – Heel Spurs – HokaOneOne Bondi’s and so much more.

If you hang around the office a bit, you will note that we work on a lot of feet and ankles.  While most people think of us purely as “back docs”, Active Release Technique providers work on the extremities (arms and legs) just as much as we work on the back if the condition/case warrants […]

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Ragnar – Pennsylvania – Do you even Ragnar? Stauffer Park Lancaster to Mount Pocono

Have you ever heard of a Ragnar race?  Ragnar races are team events that you and your friends run between two fairly distant locations!  While the race is often a race, it’s more of a fun time for friends to bond as your team completes around two hundred miles of running.  You get to explore […]

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MyFitnessPal Blog – Is Just Walking Enough to Lose Weight and Get in Shape?

Are you using the MyFitnessPal app, if you aren’t, you should CHECK IT OUT!  It tracks what you eat, your exercise routines and so much more!  The app has come a long way as well now that it is sponsored by Under Armour.  But enough of all that, lets discuss the very interesting article which […]

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The Pros and (Mostly) Cons of Specialization in Sports at a young age!

This weekend I was reading up on some pros and cons of sports specializations and saw this fantastic article on MedScape.  MedScape is a fairly well balanced, well written, medically sound website (unlike some information on the web).  You usually need to log in to look at the content, but an account is free.  The […]

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