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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

I have seen more runners than I can count in my years of practice. Many with the usual overuse injuries such as plantar fasciitis, patellar tendonitis, shin splints and IT band syndrome. But, there are also the not-so-common issues that have come in as well. For example, cuboid syndrome – pain over the outside/lateral part […]

Cycling is an excellent low-impact way to stay in shape and is becoming a popular form of cross-training for runners.  With the increased popularity of triathlons, cycling is becoming more and more popular.  While cycling can be a great way to minimize injury risk from running, there are numerous cycling injuries that can occur.  The […]

There are 3 main stages of healing for acute injuries, regardless of where the trauma occurs. Many factors produce mechanical injuries or trauma in sports. Soft tissue damage occurs through direct or indirect trauma to muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and joint capsules. When these injuries occur our bodies go through the healing process. During healing […]

The biggest change I have noticed in the treatment of chronic tendon injuries over years is the understanding of the pathology involved. I am talking about rotator cuff tendon problems, tennis elbow, patellar tendinopathy and Achilles tendinopathy. Whereas in the past people believed that this was an inflammatory condition now it is proven that this is a disease caused by micro […]

Often times people come in with an injury either wearing a brace or asking if they should wear one to help protect it or help with recovery. The problem is that bracing is more often than not abused, and there are some serious consequences if not used correctly. I always say, “Put a brace on with a plan […]