Monthly Archives: March 2012

Adductor Kinesiology Taping

This Kinesiology taping technique helps alleviate pain from the most common adductor strain and from groin pulls and strains.  This running injury usually causes pain either at the origin in the groin area, in the middle area of the leg, or at the insertion near the … Continue reading

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Your Post Marathon Plan

Your Post Marathon Plan Congratulations you did it!!   It may not have been in the time you wanted, but you are done!! Now What?   If you have been keeping up with my posts,  I reminded you previously how taking care of … Continue reading

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Ready, Set, Run!!!

The LA Marathon is due to give us 49 degrees and 15 mile per hour head winds! Lets make it a great experience! Keep Running, Dr. Paul R Copeskey, D.C., C.C.F.C.

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USA Track And Field at The Los Angeles Marathon

USA Track and Field’s Medical Group will be staffing a special Pit Stop at mile 22 of the LA Marathon. This is GREAT NEWS for those marathoners with screaming hamstrings, ITBs, calves and quads. Whole Foods will be donating oranges … Continue reading

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Water, Water, Everywhere!

Why Runners Need Ionized Alkaline Water? As I have mentioned earlier, as a daily runner, I have been drinking and training with alkaline ionized water for the last 3 years.  Since our body is 70% water, this is a topic … Continue reading

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