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MASH Performance, a leading training facility in Eagan, and Premier Sports & Spine Center, one of Minnesota’s Best 2016 Sports Medicine Company’s, today have announced a health and wellness partnership and integration of services. The partnership provides clients a comprehensive healthcare solution by combining both company’s expertise and services.In this MASH Performance, clients can Meet […]

First off, Sever’s disease is not as scary as it sounds.  In fact, it really shouldn’t be called a “disease” per se.  Sever’s is very similar to a more well known condition, Osgood-Schlatter’s disease, which results in anterior knee pain.  The process is the same except it occurs in the heel.  Bones in young people […]

Many people at some point in their lives will experience a motor vehicle accident (MVA) and while some people are lucky enough to escape unscathed, many will experience whiplash injuries that can range from very serious to mild sprain/strain type injuries. Research has shown that even low-impact accidents (those under 10 miles per hour) can result […]

Overtraining in athletes is an issue many runners, cyclists, and other endurance athletes alike might not truly understand even though they may be doing it. A plateau or decline in athletic performance typically take a toll mid-season when athletes are trying to fit in too much volume and not enough rest and easy days or […]

At Premier Sports and Spine Center we often get asked how Rock Tape & Kinesio tape work?  This is an interesting question in many ways.  First of all, no taping procedure is ideal for every condition so it is important to only use this technique when it is going to be beneficial.  Second of all, there […]

Have you ever bent or moved the wrong way, something you’ve done painfree thousands of times, but found yourself incapacitated with pain? The type of pain that makes you move like an inchworm and feel much older than you really are as you scramble to find any position or remedy to help you with the […]

Compartment Syndrome is a condition that usually effects either the lower leg or the forearm.  These areas of the body are broken up into compartments by fascia and each compartment contains muscles, nerves, and arteries. Subcute Compartment syndrome occurs when the pressure inside one of these compartments rises and causes symptoms, inadequate blood flow, or […]

Repetitive sports, such as running, can cause many different types of injuries and pain including muscle pain, tendinitis, and joint injuries.  One of the most overlooked types of pain related to repetitive stress is nerve pain.  In people that run a lot this often results in whats known as neural tension.  It is important to […]

With our snow melted and the warm weather coming (in theory at least), it is time for baseball to start.  In recent years our youth baseball programs have gotten much better at protecting young pitcher’s arms.  However, it is impossible to completely avoid injuries with any sport.  Many baseball injuries occur to pitcher’s elbows and […]

Youth sports are a great activity to be involved in as they teach children many valuable lessons such as the value of hard work and working as a team.  They also teach social skills and instill a drive to be fit and healthy at a young age.  Participating in youth sports does carry with it […]