Trampoline popularity has grown in recent years. They’re a ton of fun and great for exercise. Not surprisingly, with a rise in popularity also comes an increase in trampoline related injuries. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, there were nearly 286,000 medically treated injuries in 2014 from trampolines.  While the excitement and popularity over trampolines don’t seem to be declining any time soon.

Acupuncture is a practice that has been utilized for centuries. It involves the insertion of extremely thin needles through your skin at strategic points in your body (also known as trigger points or acupoints). It is commonly used for pain management and is considered safe when done by an appropriately trained practitioner.

This warm weather is perfect for working on the garden. Bending to dig, weed; shoveling, lifting and reaching to prune trees and shrubs are all activities that can be as tough on your body as a full contact sport! In fact, in 2010 (the most recent data we could find) more than 41,000 Americans injured themselves while gardening or using gardening tools. In the next few days we will give you tips for avoiding injury while spring cleaning this season:

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