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Athlete with Knee Pain

How to Prevent Osgood-Schlatter Pain

Osgood-Schlatter disease is a common cause of joint and knee pain, especially in teenagers. It's characterized by inflammation below the knee joint, at the patellar tendon (the kneecap) and the...
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Calf Pain

5 Tips for Relieving Your Calf Pain

Calf pain symptoms include soreness, pain in the lower leg, inflammation, and, to a greater extent, difficulty in walking. The perennial question, how do I relieve calf pain effectively?
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Shin Splint Running Injury

Top Running Injury No. 3: Shin Splints

This is the third in a 10-part series outlining some of the most common injuries suffered by runners. There is..
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Weak Ankle Pain

Top Running Injury No. 2: Weak Ankles

This is the second in a 10-part series outlining some of the most common injuries suffered by runners. If you...
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How to Avoid Swimsuit Chafe, Wetsuit Chafe and PFD Chafe

How to Avoid Swimsuit Chafe, Wetsuit Chafe and PFD Chafe

When we think about water activities its’ often a cool laps in the pool, the thrill of riding the waves,...
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Top Running Injury No. 1: Achilles Tendonitis

Top Running Injury No. 1: Achilles Tendonitis

This is the first in a 10-part series outlining some of the most common injuries suffered by runners. Achilles tendonitis...
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Will a Knee Brace Help Jumper's Knee? What You Need to Know

Will a Knee Brace Help Jumper's Knee? What You Need to Know

Jumper's knee – also known as Patellar Tendonitis – is a common overuse injury amongst those who participate in sports or other exercises that involve a lot of jumping. While the condition tends to hit athletes more regularly, it can affect anyone...
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Understanding and Preventing Shin Splints

Understanding and Preventing Shin Splints

Many runners know firsthand the agony that comes with shin splints. What often starts as a dull and mildly irritating pain in the lower leg, can quickly progress to a severe stabbing with each stride.
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What is the Difference Between Plantar Fasciitis and Sever’s Disease?

What is the Difference Between Plantar Fasciitis and Sever’s Disease?

Heel pain is a common foot issue, especially if you’re active and spend a lot of time on your feet. There are several reasons you could be having a painful heel.
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The 5 Minute Rule

The 5 Minute Rule

So many of us are trying to rush back to normal, everyday things, yet so many of us don't know where to start. Or how. That feeling of being overwhelmed, the "how I am going to do all of this?" sinks in, and those emotions leave us more paralyzed, with...
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12 Products That Keep Dad Moving

12 Products That Keep Dad Moving

Father's Day is around the corner and while some dads would rather receive a brand new tool kit or their favorite t-shirts, others would like to receive anything that would keep them active. We have compiled a list of unique gift ideas to help dad keep moving.
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Athletes and Medical Pros Shape ProStretch Plus

Athletes and Medical Pros Shape ProStretch Plus

An updated stretching tool designed to engage the entire interconnective chain of the lower leg from hamstring to toes is...
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RangeRoller on Sore Muscles After Tough Practices

RangeRoller on Sore Muscles After Tough Practices

Running with Kids covers using the RangeRoller on sore muscles for tissue massage after tough runs or training, and even...
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Runner’s Knee: Immediate Relief & Long-Term Healing

Runner’s Knee: Immediate Relief & Long-Term Healing

Runner’s Knee Runners knee or patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is the term used for non-specific pain that involves pain behind or around...
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How To Prevent Shin Splints For Runners

How To Prevent Shin Splints For Runners

Shin splints are a pain… literally. Often times it feels like we’re doing everything right and yet we still wind up with shin splints. So as a runner...
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Sprint Triathlon Training Plan for Beginners

Sprint Triathlon Training Plan for Beginners

Welcome to the wonderful sport of triathlon! My goal in writing this plan was to get you from here to the start line of your first sprint triathlon with...
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10 Ways to Stay Motivated and Focused on Fitness Goals

10 Ways to Stay Motivated and Focused on Fitness Goals

Medi-Dyne’s Athlete Ambassador and Guest Blogger, Meghan Kennihan, has 10 tips for staying on track with your fitness and health...
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Top Fitness Trends for 2018

Top Fitness Trends for 2018

Top Fitness Trends for 2018 (No gym membership required!) Every New Year millions of us set health and fitness resolutions..
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Shin Splints: Too Much Too Soon

Shin Splints: Too Much Too Soon

Shin splints typically occur below the knee either on the front outside part of the leg (anterior shin splints) or...
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The Top 5 Causes of Knee Pain: What You Need to Know

The Top 5 Causes of Knee Pain: What You Need to Know

Most Common Causes of Knee Pain Knee pain can be debilitating, but there are ways to treat it so you...
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2016 Holiday Fit Gift Guide

2016 Holiday Fit Gift Guide

2016 Holiday Gift Guide By Medi-Dyne Ambassador & Guest Blogger Jen Haught   The holiday season is once again upon...
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70 Ways to Use SportShield

70 Ways to Use SportShield

70 Ways to Use SportShield Here at Medi-Dyne, one of our most popular products at is our 2Toms SportShield. We..
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SCARIEST Word for Runners: INJURY

SCARIEST Word for Runners: INJURY

SCARIEST Word for Runners: INJURY Here is how to NEVER hear that frightening word. Medi-Dyne is proud to welcome back Athlete...
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Summer HEAT: How to Run, Train, and Race!

Summer HEAT: How to Run, Train, and Race!

Summer Heat: How to Run, Train, and Race! Ambassador Blogger: Meghan Kennihan   Medi-Dyne Ambassador: Meghan Kennihan @TrainWithMeghan It’s that...
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IT Band Syndrome: Relief and Prevention

IT Band Syndrome: Relief and Prevention

Recent Studies on IT Band Syndrome (ITBS): A Look at Hip and Knee Mechanics Illiotibial band syndrome (IT Band Syndrome...
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An Athlete’s Guide to Jumper’s Knee

An Athlete’s Guide to Jumper’s Knee

Jumper’s knee can affect athletes in many sports. Athletes who participate in sports in which they do a lot of...
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Spring Track Running Injuries

Spring Track Running Injuries

Spring Track Running Injuries Spring is here which means track season has started for thousands of students.  It also means..
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Tight Calf Solutions

Tight Calf Solutions

Flexible, functional calves are critical to both performance and preventing lower leg, ankle, Achilles tendon and foot injuries. Tight Calf...
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Rethinking Shin Splints Cures

Rethinking Shin Splints Cures

New ideas on Shin Splints Cures, Causes and Prevention The term shin splints encompasses a number of disorders that include mild...
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BlisterShield and SportShield – The Race Guards Preferred Blister and Chafing Relief

BlisterShield and SportShield – The Race Guards Preferred Blister and Chafing Relief

You train for weeks, often months for a race.  With the finish as your goal, you plan for everything...
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Back to School: Children’s Heel Pain Prevention

Back to School: Children’s Heel Pain Prevention

Heel pain in children is becoming increasingly common — especially in young athletes.  Their bodies are growing and changing more...
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2Toms SportShield® Takes on BodyGlide®

2Toms SportShield® Takes on BodyGlide®

We recently received from incredible feedback from a new 2Toms® SportShield that we thought we’d share… I was going to pick...
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You’ve Got Questions About Insoles? We’ve Got Answers.

You’ve Got Questions About Insoles? We’ve Got Answers.

A lot of our customers want to know more about insoles, whether they are suffering from foot pain or they...
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What do Heel Spurs Feel Like?

What do Heel Spurs Feel Like?

Heel spurs can be extremely painful, basically causing the ligament that attaches to your foot (the plantar fascia) to separate...
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Why Your Feet Hurt When Running

Why Your Feet Hurt When Running

It’s the bane of runners everywhere – painful feet. Sometimes, it can get so bad that you wonder whether it...
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Medi-Dyne to Sponsor This Week’s Edition of #RunChat

Medi-Dyne to Sponsor This Week’s Edition of #RunChat

Medi-Dyne is proud to once again sponsor #RunChat, the leading Twitter chat about running. The chat will begin at 8 p.m....
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Reducing Calf Pain Through Proper Stretching

Reducing Calf Pain Through Proper Stretching

There’s nothing fun about having to deal with a problem calf muscle. If you experience pain in this area you...
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Common Triathlon-Related Injuries

Common Triathlon-Related Injuries

If you test your body to the extreme, it’s basically a given that you will suffer some sort of injury....
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Getting Ready for Your Road Runner Adventure Run

Getting Ready for Your Road Runner Adventure Run

The Road Runner Adventure Run is held in several cities across the United States on a regular basis, combining the...
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Reducing Painful Shin Splints Through Proper Stretching

Reducing Painful Shin Splints Through Proper Stretching

The term “shin splints” just sounds painful, doesn’t it? If you’ve ever had this problem, you can attest to how...
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Top Running Injury No. 10: Plantar Fasciitis

Top Running Injury No. 10: Plantar Fasciitis

This is the 10th and final article in a series highlighting some of the most common injuries suffered by runners....
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Top Running Injury No. 9: Weak Knees

Top Running Injury No. 9: Weak Knees

This is the ninth article in a 10-part series exploring some of the most common injuries faced by runners. If...
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Top Running Injury No. 8: Runner’s Knee

Top Running Injury No. 8: Runner’s Knee

This is the eighth in a 10-part series outlining some of the most common injuries suffered by runners. Most runners,...
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Top Running Injury No. 7: IT Band Syndrome

Top Running Injury No. 7: IT Band Syndrome

This is the seventh in a 10-part series outlining some of the most common injuries suffered by runners. One of...
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Medi-Dyne Proudly Supports America’s Top Female Short Track Speedskater, Jessica Smith

Medi-Dyne Proudly Supports America’s Top Female Short Track Speedskater, Jessica Smith

Medi-Dyne is a proud supporter of Jessica Smith and the entire SLI Speedskating Team. Jessica won the U.S. National Championship,...
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Top Running Injury No. 6: Tight Hamstrings

Top Running Injury No. 6: Tight Hamstrings

This is the sixth in a 10-part series outlining some of the most common injuries suffered by runners. Nothing can...
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Why Stretching is So Important for World-Class Athletes

Why Stretching is So Important for World-Class Athletes

The world-class athletes competing in Russia the next few weeks know how vital stretching is to helping them perform at...
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Top Running Injury No. 5: Lower Back Pain

Top Running Injury No. 5: Lower Back Pain

This is the fifth in a 10-part series outlining some of the most common injuries suffered by runners. Runners, just...
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Top Running Injury No. 4: Calf Strains

Top Running Injury No. 4: Calf Strains

This is the fourth in a 10-part series outlining some of the most common injuries suffered by runners. Calf strains...
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Improve Your Running: Learn The Right Breathing Technique

Improve Your Running: Learn The Right Breathing Technique

It can be very easy for runners to overlook the proper breathing technique. However, if you learn to get the...
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