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By Christina DeBusk We all have those moments in our lives that, when we look back on them, we can’t help but let a smile spread across our face. Some of these moments are personal in nature, like thinking back to the day we were married, the...

When athletes are faced with an injury, the effects can potentially extend beyond those that are physical in nature. Sometimes they take a toll mentally as well. Depending on the athlete and the nature or extent of the injury, these mental reactions to injury can include changes in appetite,...

By Christina DeBusk Eating a healthy diet assists with weight control, lowers disease risk, and improves overall health according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. However, following the proper eating plan is more critical for athletes says Dr. Tim Bain, DC, CEO of B3...

By Christina DeBusk In November of 2016, The Journal of Pediatrics published a study which revealed that, out of the 2,700 Philadelphia-based middle and high school students who received athletic physicals between 2009 and 2012, 20 percent were overweight based on their body mass index (BMI)....

Why DCs Shouldn’t Be Obsessed About “Alignment” When Helping Their Football Athletes (And What They Should Be Focused on Instead) By Christina DeBusk   On September 10, 2018 at 7:20 PM, the Los Angeles Rams are scheduled to kick off their first NFL season game. Their challengers? The...

By Christina M. DeBusk Athletes are known for their competitiveness, their drive. That’s why it’s no surprise to learn that research published in the Journal of Sports Medicine has found that a large majority—as many as 60 percent—regularly “overreach” or “overtrain” by either working their body too...

By Christina M. DeBusk As a sports chiropractor, it’s not uncommon to treat individuals who are attempting to overcome or better deal with an injury and its subsequent pain. However, as Stuart E. Yoss, DC, CCSP, ART, the official Team Chiropractor for the Chicago Bulls and the...