ROAD to RIO FEATURE: Jamie Cheever
June 29, 2016

ROAD to RIO FEATURE: Jamie Cheever

WHAT THE ELITES EAT With excitement building around this summer’s Rio de Janeiro Olympics, what better time than now for InHealth to feature the Olympic-hopefuls with whom we’re fortunate enough to work? Working with these elite athletes provides InHealth the opportunity to develop and refine the most innovative and cutting-edge approach to treatment, which we … Read More

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Road to Rio Feature: KATIE MACKEY
June 22, 2016

Road to Rio Feature: KATIE MACKEY

SECRETS OF HOW THE PROS STAY INJURY-FREE With excitement building around this summer’s Rio de Janeiro Olympics, what better time than now for InHealth to feature the Olympic-hopefuls with whom we’re fortunate enough to work? Working with these elite athletes provides InHealth the opportunity to develop and refine the most innovative and cutting-edge approach to treatment, … Read More

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ROAD TO RIO FEATURE: Garrett Heath
June 16, 2016

ROAD TO RIO FEATURE: Garrett Heath

A Sneak Peak into the Training of an Olympic-Hopeful With excitement building around this summer’s Rio de Janeiro Olympics, what better time than now for InHealth to feature the Olympic-hopefuls with whom we’re fortunate enough to work? Working with these elite athletes provides InHealth the opportunity to develop and refine the most innovative and cutting-edge … Read More

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ROAD TO RIO FEATURE: Brie Felnagle
June 9, 2016

ROAD TO RIO FEATURE: Brie Felnagle

BRIE FELNAGLE: Seattle’s 3 Best Runs With excitement building around this summer’s Rio de Janeiro Olympics, what better time than now for InHealth to feature the Olympic-hopefuls with whom we’re fortunate enough to work? Working with these elite athletes provides InHealth the opportunity to develop and refine the most innovative and cutting-edge approach to treatment, … Read More

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Meet Matt Harrelson: InHealth’s Newest ATC
April 5, 2016

Meet Matt Harrelson: InHealth’s Newest ATC

InHealth is thrilled to announce the recent addition of Matt Harrelson to the team! Matt is a highly experienced certified athletic trainer (ATC) who has worked extensively with elite and Olympic-level athletes as a member of the Stanford University Sports Medicine Team. Matt graduated from Azusa Pacific University in 2009 with a bachelor degree in … Read More

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Jamie Cheever: Making a Strong Comeback from Injury
January 19, 2016

Jamie Cheever: Making a Strong Comeback from Injury

A couple years ago I moved to Seattle to pursue professional running.  Unfortunately, a couple weeks after I arrived, I tore the labrum in my hip while sprinting uphill in practice. I ran on my injury for eight months before getting the proper diagnosis. It took another three months to schedule surgery and another three … Read More

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3 Simple Steps to Avoid Back Pain
November 16, 2015

3 Simple Steps to Avoid Back Pain

Does your back hurt? You’re not alone. Be encouraged because things can be done to help! Simply put: Breathe, move and stretch. Proper breathing patterns rely on the diaphragm, which contributes to core stabilization. Moving prevents you from spending extended periods of time in a static posture, which may lead to muscle tightness and stretching … Read More

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Tennis and Knee Pain
September 17, 2015

Tennis and Knee Pain

You look forward to tennis each week. It’s your outlet, your stress relief and now you are starting to experience knee pain. Tennis is a demanding sport, especially on your knees, as it involves quick bursts of acceleration, stopping, starting and changing direction. One of the more common complaints amongst tennis players is Patellofemoral Pain … Read More

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Save the Date: UW Football Ready for Jan 2nd Showdown
December 29, 2014

Save the Date: UW Football Ready for Jan 2nd Showdown

To say it has been a great year for football here in Seattle would be an understatement. The University of Washington Huskies have been doing very well and most recently earned themselves an invitation to the Cactus Bowl in Tempe, Arizona against Oklahoma State University on January 2nd. With the team on the cusp of their … Read More

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Is Icing a Good Idea? : The Cold Hard Facts of Cryotherapy
December 3, 2014

Is Icing a Good Idea? : The Cold Hard Facts of Cryotherapy

Plunging my sprained ankle into a bucket of ice, I cringe as the sharp chill needles into my foot and ankle. My whole body tenses up and I count down the seconds until my lower leg finally becomes numb. As an athlete, icing is something that I have always considered part of my injury rehabilitation. … Read More

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