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Exercise after brain injury

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Injuries to the brain and spine do not necessarily mean the end of exercise and sports. While brain injury can be a life changing event, advances in sports medicine and rehabilitation have enabled bike crash and car accident victims to remain more active than in the past. It is important to remain upbeat, active and

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Reston Town Center Anthem Great Pumpkin 5km – the biggest race in town

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There were so many runners, joggers, walkers and families that even organizers needed several starting lines to accommodate everyone ! The Anthem Great Pumpkin 5k was staged in conjunction with the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce Oktoberfest which featured local restaurants, amusement rides, live entertainment and the Annual Pumpkin decorating contest!! Reston Herndon injury lawyer

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Triathlete injured in New England Race

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While many races start “in water,” there are times and courses where that is not possible.  In a race this summer where very low tides resulted in a several hundred meter sprint from the show to water deep enough to swim, several competitors suffered lacerations from shells below the surface.  One triathlete contacted ABRAMS LANDAU,

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Check out a bike, loan a helmet

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As he has done before, Landau offered her a helmet, since he often travels with spare safety equipment. The West Coast Athlete graciously accepted lawyer Landau’s offer, as was back in the race. The next day her sister returned the Virginia bike safety lawyer’s helmet, and they cheered the other bicycle racers participating in the

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After Crash, biker comes back to race

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After a mountain bike crash, the pain, bruising and “road rash” may take several days to peak. Taking some time off and using ice, heat, massage and gentle stretching are all good ideas. However, there are some tough multisport athletes who do not let a bicycle accident slow them down. John Brannock, a former training

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Recumbent bikes may enable cyclists with back pain

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Hampered by back injuries, lumbar pain or degenerative disc disease, many avid bikers have left the sport because of the discomfort caused by road bikes and drop style handlebars. However, a solution may be to change the riding style by chaining the bicycle, according to bike injury lawyer Doug Landau. Taking the pressure off the

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March of Dimes "Bolt for Babies"

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The 3rd Annual Bolt for Babies 5K running race benefitting the March of Dimes was held today at Marymount’s Arlington Campus. The March of Dimes is the champion for ALL babies and continues to make strides in the fight against premature birth! The March of Dimes also has such fund-raising events as “Bikers for Babies”

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