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Testimonials for Dr. Mark Kemenosh & Associates Laurel Springs, NJ Chiropractors

We had a new testimonial site over at http://my-testimonials.com/DrMarkKemenosh/3Y2Q1 that has been slowly building and we are getting some pretty nice responses! 4.7 stars out of 5 based on 377 responses Brian D Reviewed on Mar 27, 2017 11:43 am “I must say that every time I have visited your office, I have been met with a smile […]

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Local South Jersey Running Races – L & M Sports and Events

20th Annual Run for the Schooner 5k & Walkathon Port Norris, NJ Saturday  – April 1 Come out and enjoy the fresh Spring air of the Delaware Bayshore as we embark upon our 20th Annual 5k Run for the Schooner and 1 mile Walkathon. On the first Saturday in April each year, this fun run/walk […]

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Haddonfield Adrenaline Run 5k 2017 Wrap Up

Last weekend I ran in my third Haddonfield Adrenaline Run 5k hosted by the Running Co of South Jersey.  The weather did not look great but managed to hold up well for the race itself.  The course is fast and saw four competitors finish in 15 minutes or faster.  A great deal of local runners […]

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The Running Works Day Of Distance Wrap Up – Villanova University

The RunningWorks Day Of Distance on March 17th was AWESOME!  If you are high school track or cross country coach you need to be at this event next year!  The speaker lineup was great and I didn’t even need an afternoon coffee to get through this event which almost never happens at a seminar being […]

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We plan to set up in the basement of the Haddonfield Running Co after the Adrenaline 5k!

After the Haddonfield Adrenaline 5k, Dr. Craig Evans, Dr. Tim Legath, and Dr. Andrew Gross will be set up to help with post race discomfort and talk about runner related injuries if you would like to meet with us!  We will be in the basement with the DPT’s from the The Training Room of Haddonfield, […]

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How come your office works so well with other doctors? We were trained this way!

One of the hallmark reasons most of the associates here at Dr. Mark Kemenosh and Associates are excited to work on this team is because we do our best to adhere to the mantra of “do best by the patient”.  As you can see on this article from our alma mater, the National University of […]

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Dr Mark Kemenosh – ELDOA Method – Colorado seminar this past weekend

Dr Mark Kemenosh and his daughter Jill Kemenosh, our future Pilates guru at the office both traveled to Colorado this past weekend to become certified in the Level 1 ELDOA Method which Dr. Mark started to do earlier this year when he studied under Guy Voyer, a DO who started the manual technique commonly referred […]

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New guidelines outline how to handle back pain – American College of Physicians say the first line of therapy should be non-drug treatments

From the CBS News Review:   New guidelines from the American College of Physicians say the first line of therapy should be non-drug treatments. For pain lasting less than three months, those include heat wraps, massage, acupuncture and spinal manipulation (hey, that is what we do here at the office, combined with Active Release Technique). […]

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NY Times: Soccer Ball Heading May Cause Concussion Symptoms – Journal of Neurology

So back in 2015 it was all the rage and outrage among those of you in the soccer communities because US Soccer made a mandate to eliminate heading in ages 10 and under as prefaced by this older article on Today.com Link:  http://www.today.com/parents/no-more-heading-us-soccer-out-new-guidelines-youth-soccer-t54971 From NPR: “Over a quarter of a billion people play soccer all […]

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SMART Tools – ITBand Treatment (Short Version)

So a lot of our patients have issues with pain, tenderness and tightness in and around the Iliotibial Band, often times referred to as the ITBand.  While in most cases there are various reasons why our patients present with pain in this particular tissue, treating it has been done various ways in the past, some […]

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