LOW BACK PAIN SERIES: Part 3
July 11, 2018

LOW BACK PAIN SERIES: Part 3

MANAGING LOW BACK PAIN FROM SLEEPING Did you know the position you sleep in can have an affect on low back pain? Can you identify what your sleeping position is?  A lot of people have no idea that the position they sleep in affects quality of life and levels of pain. The past 2 weeks, we … Read More

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LOW BACK PAIN SERIES: Part 2
June 27, 2018

LOW BACK PAIN SERIES: Part 2

MANAGING LOW BACK PAIN FROM STANDING   Last week, we focused on managing low back pain while sitting. This week’s series takes it a step further to give you tips & tricks for managing low back pain while standing! At InHealth, we see patients every day who are trying to solve back pain, whether from … Read More

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LOW BACK PAIN SERIES: Part 1
June 21, 2018

LOW BACK PAIN SERIES: Part 1

MANAGING LOW BACK PAIN FROM SITTING   Have you ever experienced low back pain? The answer for most people is “YES!”. Low back pain can effect multiple parts of your day:  from pain waking up in the morning, to pain doing daily activities like sitting or standing, to pain performing exercise and then full circle … Read More

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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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