Tips from the Table

By Drew Freedman / April 5, 2013

Without fail, every marathon season, I am asked by my patients, what kind of advice I would offer up to them as they prepare to run the Boston marathon.  I first admit that I have never (nor will ever) run a marathon, but given my unique insight of spending 1000’s of hours alone in a…

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Achilles Tendon Disorder

By Drew Freedman / March 2, 2012

Achilles Tendon Disorder Massage therapists see many clients with active lifestyles. Running, jumping, dancing, climbing, or any number of other activities can put serious stress on the Achilles tendon (AT). AT disorders also can contribute to biomechanical disorders in the foot and lower extremity. That is why it is important for the massage practitioner to…

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