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Preventing and Treating Posterior Tibialis Insufficiency in Runners

Posterior Tibialis Insufficiency (PTI) can be a painful and debilitating condition for runners. It occurs when the posterior tibialis tendon, a key stabilizer of the arch and foot, becomes inflamed or weakened. In this blog, we will delve into the essentials of PTI, including what the posterior tibialis is, the causes of posterior tibialis injuries, …

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Pickleball And Tendon Health: How Alliance Regen & Rehab Can Help

Pickleball is a popular sport among active older adults that encourages competition, promotes a healthy lifestyle, and fosters sociability. However, this low-impact racquet sport can also impact the health of your tendons. In this article, we will discuss the importance of tendon health and how Alliance Regen and Rehabilitation can help you maintain it while …

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Pickleball: The Low-Impact Sport That’s Taking The Tampa/St. Pete Community By Storm

Pickleball is a sport that has been growing in popularity among older adults in recent years due to its ease of learning, competitiveness, healthy lifestyle promotion, and socialization benefits. Similar to tennis, this low-impact racquet sport can be played both indoors and outdoors, in singles or doubles. Pickleball players use a paddle to hit a …

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Stretching for Athletes – Do’s and Don’ts

Sometimes it just feels so good to stretch!!!!! As a sports medicine practice with DPT’s and DO’s, we get asked a lot of questions about stretching. Usually, people come to us for advice on different ways to stretch before or after a workout. Most of the time its because people feel tightness or pain and …

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About The Alliance Team

John Broussard, DO, CAQSM Dr. John Broussard is board certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine (CAQSM). Dr. Broussard specializes in both regenerative and osteopathic manipulative medicine. He earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Nova Southeastern University in South Florida and completed his residency training in Family Medicine at an osteopathic hospital, practicing …

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