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June 4, 2018

Everybody has a preferred wheel size that they think is best, and anyone who rides something different does because they aren’t as clever. In the cross-country race world, 29” wheels are by and large the dominant wheel size. The rationale for 29” wheels has been that t...

May 26, 2018

We are proud to continue our support of UXC, Uxbridge’s cross-country mountain bike race team. As the official manual therapy providers of the team, it is our job to make sure the racers perform at the top of their game. Whether it is helping them get over an injury su...

November 30, 2017

Compression socks are used by a number of different people for a number of different reasons. They are often prescribed to help deal with things like varicose veins, and to help decrease the chances of developing a blood clot. 

We also fit them for athletes who are...

November 22, 2017

Have you been told that you need custom orthotics? Have you ever wondered how they work? Read on to bust some myths, and learn whether or not you truly need custom orthotics.

Generally speaking, there are custom, or over the counter orthotics. Many people are familiar w...

July 31, 2017

During a discussion with one of our athletes after their race on the weekend, the topic of optimal cleat/pedal setup came up. He wanted to know, is there an ideal position for the cleat to be placed on the shoe, from a performance and injury prevention standpoint?

I gav...

February 13, 2017

Part 3 of a multipart series on cycling and staying healthy.

Last time we talked about cycling and knee pain we discussed how the hip could be the cause of the problem. In this post, we’ll talk about the foot/ankle complex and the role it may play in knee pain. Excessiv...