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Tissue Rebuilding with Regenerative Medicine

It has been estimated that about 80% of patient visits to primary care physicians involve pain from the musculoskeletal system. Over many years, injuries generally accumulate, causing “wear and tear” of the joints, ligaments, and tendons. The chronic pain and functional limitation caused by these conditions often limits quality of life, athletic performance, and enjoyment …

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How Your High School Athlete Can Optimize Performance and Prevent Injury

From competitive tennis players, dancers, to softball pitchers, football players, basketball players and swimmers, we get the pleasure of working with an amazing group of high-level teenage athletes in our physical therapy clinic here at CHARM. Despite being capable of performing incredible feats of athleticism and having top quality training, young athletes are prone to …

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Athletic Elbow Injuries

Many sports produce varying degrees of high-intensity stress on the elbow as the arm is used for throwing, catching, and swinging. The elbow has several different interconnected bones, joints, ligaments, and tendons which must work in a coordinated fashion to allow flexibility while providing stability.   There are many connections within the elbow that can …

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Jumper's Knee

  What is Jumper’s Knee? Jumper’s knee, or Patellar Tendinitis, is inflammation of the infrapatellar tendon that attaches the kneecap (patella) to the shin bone (Tibia), below the knee. The symptoms of Jumper’s knee are typically pain and swelling just below the knee cap, and commonly tenderness and swelling where the tendon attaches to the …

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Stay On Top of Your Game

  Whether you play tennis, golf, or baseball – rotational movements are integral movements of the the sport. Swinging a racket, a golf club, or throwing a fastball produces a lot of torque and, over time, can predispose athletes to repetitive strain and injuries. Commonly reported injuries in these athletes are low back pain, rotator …

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Interview with Dr. David and Michele Harris, PT – cofounders of CHARM

David Harris, MD and Michele Harris, PT, CNP are interviewed by Rachelle Grossman on Real Time Roundup.  Learn more about the experienced regenerative medicine specialists at CHARM and the unique whole body approach they take to each individual’s healing process.  Michele also gives background on the Redcord Neurac Method and how it has integrated into …

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