As a healthcare professionals, we help you relieve pain with a combination of exercises and other treatment techniques, but nothing helps muscle recovery more than rest and relaxation. We would like to take a moment to have you step back and help you reexamine the importance of sleep. Sleep is a very important part of […]
February is heart month. InjuReplay not only wants you to know more about your injury and how to recover from it, but also your body and how to keep it healthy both pre and post injury! Did you know that the average heart rate of an average adult is 72 beats per minute? If you […]
With fall and winter come the seasonal chores we’re all accustomed to; however, there is also an increase in the number of injuries associated with raking and shoveling as the weather changes. The good news is that most of these injuries are easily preventable. These tips will help you remain injury free during fall and […]
Could the antibiotic your physician prescribes cause you injury? According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) black box warning from June 29, 2009, prescribing medications from the Fluroquinolone class could increase the risk for tendonitis, tendon injury or even worse, a rupture to the tendon. Medications in this class go by the name, […]
Pipeline Selects Rob Rhodes, MD for 2013 Entrepreneurial Fellows Program Founder and CEO of Lincoln-based InjuReplay chosen to participate in nationally recognized year-long program designed to accelerate the growth of high-performance entrepreneurs. Lincoln, NE January 24, 2013 — The Pipeline entrepreneurial fellowship program has announced that Dr. Rob Rhodes, Founder and CEO of InjuReplay, Lincoln, […]
Concussion. It has become quite the buzz word in both the medical and sports worlds. Let’s take a high-level look at what a concussion is and why attention needs paid to this serious injury. So what is a concussion? Basically, a concussion occurs when trauma to the head and neck causes a vigorous, unnatural […]
One of the more common injuries we see with young athletes but can happen to any active individual is anterior knee pain, or what is known as patellofemoral pain syndrome or PFPS. PFPS is an irritation on the undersurface of the knee cap. Most people with this condition will complain of pain along the inside […]
Concussions are a hot topic in sports and rightfully so. Also known as traumatic brain injures(TBI) , concussions are caused by a blow or jolt to the head and neck that disrupts the normal brain function. Not all blows to the head result in a TBI. Each concussion exhibits varying symptoms depending on the severity […]
Doing the ladder? Getting ready for a long run before the half or full marathon? Many runners will begin to experience leg or shin pain. Two problems may be shin splints( also called medial tibial stress syndrome) and stress fractures.
Just heard your quarterback has a shoulder injury? What’s the estimated time to replay? Forty-four percent of football players who suffer a shoulder injury return to full contact within one week. Only 22 percent of shoulder injuries keep football players sidelined more than three weeks and only six percent require surgery.