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All Posts in Category: ACTIVE RELEASE SOUTH JERSEY

Active Release Techniques Therapy

Active Release Techniques:Active Release Techniques (ART) is a patented soft tissue treatment system invented by Colorado Springs, CO Chiropractor Mike Leahy. Active Release Therapy is a form of deep tissue work that involves the muscles, tendons, fascia (covers muscle), ligaments, and nerves. It is used to treat acute or chronic injuries, repetitive strain injury and […]

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Haddonfield Adrenaline 5K Race and Post Active Release Party 2019

The Haddonfield Adrenaline 5K Race went off with a bang this year, just like it has every year in the past and will continue to do so in the future! Dr’s Trisha Sileo and Craig Evans both ran the race and held their own in different respective ways. Dr. Trisha held a solid race long […]

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Chiropractic Care at Dr. Mark Kemenosh and Associates

Chiropractic care at Dr. Mark Kemenosh and Associates chiropractic clinic can diagnose and treat problems that affect the nerves, muscles, bones, and joints of your body, in the back and spine, or in the extremities as well. At a basic level a chiropractor will gently adjust your spine which often times brings relief of back […]

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New Haddonfield Office! We have moved down the street!

Just a quick update everyone, we have a new Haddonfield office! We have moved away from the Training Room of Haddonfield and while this was not an easy decision, the time had come to move to a bigger facility.  We are now located at: 807 North Haddon Avenue Suite 210 Haddonfield, NJ 08033 – more […]

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Adrenaline Run Post Race Party Recovery Room – Haddonfield Adrenaline 5k

The Haddonfield Adrenaline 5k almost  always signals that we are at least getting somewhat close to spring in South Jersey.Just like last year we had the honor of setting up in the basement of the Haddonfield Running Co after the Haddonfield Adrenaline Run 5k. Per the norm we had the Physical Therapy team from The […]

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Taking the pain off your shoulders with Active Release Technique – Dr Mark Kemenosh and Assoicates

Link to original content on ActiveRelease.com – http://activerelease.com/news.asp Pain in your shoulders can affect a wide range of activities. ART® providers treat cases of shoulder pain resulting from as little as working at your computer to participating in activities such as tennis, swimming, and golf. Shoulder pain is commonly slow to respond to traditional treatments, and […]

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Haddonfield Adrenaline 5K Race Walk and Kids Race – HADDONFIELD, NJ –

Holy smokes, it’s almost time for Christmas, New Years and so much more! Where did 2017 go? Is Cross Country really already over? Well, I guess it’s time to plan for spring and there is no better way to break out of a winter time funk than to sign for up the Haddonfield Running Co […]

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The 22nd Annual Cross Country Cherokee Challenge – Cherokee High School – Marlton NJ

We will be attending and setting up once again this year at the Cherokee Challenge kick off race of South Jersey! We had so much fun sweating it out last year that we couldn’t say no to coming back again this year. We will be just to the right of the Running Co of South […]

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Injured Redskins turn to chiropractor to recover quickly – Richmond Times

Earlier this month a great article went up on the Richmond Times about how Washington Redskins players were turning to Chiropractic Medicine to return to the field quicker. We love great information about Chiropractic, Active Release Technique, and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue work! The best part of the story is that the Chiropractor helped him […]

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The New York Times – Bring On the Exercise, Hold the Painkillers

Over the weekend a fantastic article that speaks to a team of chiropractors like we have at the office appeared on my social feeds! On The New York Times Running Newsletter the following article was published about exercise and why some forms of NSAID’s and Painkillers and endurance athletes like runners, swimmers, and cyclists should […]

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