Using Neuroscience to Avoid Injuries

May 10, 2018

This week we take a look back and focus on an article written by Heather Johnson from the Runner's World Magazine:

“Most runners have been there. The race goes well, but the knee starts screaming shortly after the finish. You try stretching, strengthening, and endless foam rolling. Nothing works. road_runningMAT

When traditional paths to better health fail, some athletes are finding solutions to vexing injuries by trying neuromuscular therapies. These routines are thought to improve coordination, power, and reaction time by training the body and the mind to work better together—activating muscles that the brain is failing to reach.
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MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 2015, 9:00 AM