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Strategies For Better Sleep When Recovering From A Concussion

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Strategies For Better Sleep When Recovering From A Concussion Concussions can be accompanied by a range of symptoms for the concussed person. Common symptoms include: Headache Pressure in head Neck pain Nausea or vomiting Dizziness Changes in vision – double vision, blurry vision, spots, squiggly lines, sparkles Balance problems Sensitivity to light Sensitivity to noise […]

[Recipe]: Homemade Coconut Kefir

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Homemade Coconut Kefir I was recently introduced to coconut kefir. As I’ve been on a journey of incorporating foods that fuel and help care for me better, I leared about cultured and probiotic foods. When I first heard of coconut kefir, I had preconceived notions in my head that I would have force it down. […]

Recipe: Ginger Carrot Spinach Soup

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Recipe: Ginger Carrot Spinach Soup In my cooking world, recipes are simply frameworks. Honestly, I can’t remember the last time I followed a recipe exactly as printed. I typically look at a recipe and think, “Hmm…I wonder how adding this would taste?” or “Let’s substitute this instead.” or “Well, I ran out of that last […]

Recipes: Pumpkin Spiced Chai Latte – Dairy-Free, Sugar-Free

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Pumpkin Spiced Chai Latte – Dairy-Free, Sugar-Free It’s that time of year for pumpkin-flavored everything! If you like pumpkin spiced drinks and appreciate dairy- and sugar-free eating, this is for you! Being someone who spends a lot of time on the go, this recipe fits in well for me, too, as I can make it […]

Effort And Attitude

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Effort And Attitude If you haven’t followed New Richmond High School Tiger Football in recent years, now may be the time to start! It was clear not far into fall camp that the Tigers would be a great team-centered group. Coaches have continued to emphasize developing a strong core as a team. The core continues […]

Your Team In Emergency Care

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Your Team In Emergency Care “There is no I in team” is one of the most common phrases I’ve heard in athletics for years. The same statement applies to the sports medicine healthcare providers working with the athletes. We truly provide the best care and services when we work together as a team. The New […]

Shout Out to the New Richmond Cross Country Team

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Shout Out to the New Richmond Cross Country Team The New Richmond Cross Country team excelled at the Willow River 5k Run last weekend! The boys team captured 1st – 4th places in overall runners (Brennan Roby, Jack Utzmen, Bailey Wilson, Austin Haseleu). Beyond placements, the runners had great personal improvements! Brennan Roby set a […]

Remind Yourself To Create Space

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Remind Yourself To Create Space Standing on the sidelines of soccer games, I frequently hear the coaches instruct the players to create space. I didn’t grow up playing soccer, but quickly learned the coaches wanted the players to create and allow room around them when they had the ball to create more options of how […]

Mmmm…Homemade Protein Bars (Recipe Included)

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Homemade Protein Bars (Recipe Included) I appreciate that the coaches I work with are continuing to address the importance of nutrition in fueling the needs of their athletes, and that most of the athletes I work with are striving towards improving their nutritional intake. It may not be perfect, but we are all really a work […]

Athletic Training – In It For The Outcome

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Athletic Training – In It For The Outcome Have you ever heard someone say, “I really want to be an athletic trainer because they make a lot of money!”? Doubtful. Now this isn’t a complaint about the salaries we as athletic trainers have as we know well before deciding to become an athletic trainer what […]

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