The intense and repetitive training required at the highest levels of sport make overuse injuries almost unavoidable for Olympians and professional athletes. Sadly these serious injuries are also becoming the norm for much younger athletes. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In a recent Globe and Mail article, Dr. Dwight Chapin responds to … Continued
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