Chiropractic, Human Performance Center
Rehab for Soft Tissue Injuries: How a Chiropractor Could Help

So, you tore your ACL. Or maybe you strained your hamstring or sprained your ankle. You’ve done the RICE method—rest, ice, compress, elevate—and maybe you’ve had imaging (or even surgery) done. Now, you just want to get better as fast… Read More ›

Clinic News, Human Performance Center
Dr. Cree Foster: HPC’s Newest Sports Resident

Dr. Cree Foster is the Human Performance Center’s newest Sports Resident. She joins current resident Dr. Shiloh Heesch and is replacing outgoing resident Dr. Jaime Ayuso.   Dr. Foster is an alumnus of NWHSU, returning to complete a two-year residency… Read More ›

Bloomington Clinic, Clinic News, Human Performance Center
What to Eat Before and After Working Out

An Athlete’s Guide to Nutrition Whether you’re a runner powerlifter, or team sport athlete, you need to properly fuel your body to perform and recover well. We talked with Paige Prestigiacomo, former Sports Nutrition Resident in the Human Performance Center… Read More ›

Clinic News, Human Performance Center
Why You Should Try a new Sport in Your 50s…or 70s

Why You Should Try a new Sport as an adult Why try new sports as an adult? If you’ve noticed your body getting weaker or less flexible as you age, you’re not alone. The signs of aging may be common,… Read More ›

Clinic News, Human Performance Center
Why Girls Should Lift, and How to Get Started

Why Girls Should Lift Weights Who is weightlifting for? The answer may not be what you think. Almost everyone can benefit from lifting and strength and conditioning—which can help reduce injuries, increase bone density, and improve body image. However, many… Read More ›