January 5, 2016

Why are you constantly injured or in pain while training for your next race?

***For today’s post I’ve asked strength trainer, gym owner, and good friend Mark Roberts to share some key components of running programs that are often overlooked or under-emphasized but are vital […]
December 17, 2015

Are Your Shoulders Giving You Neck Pain and Headaches?

As you’d expect, I see a fair bit of patients that come in with neck pain.  What you may not expect however is the small amount […]
December 3, 2015

Stiff Feet and Tight Ankles: Why Stretching Isn’t the Answer

When patients come in complaining of back, shoulder, or even neck pain, they will commonly ask me why I’m evaluating their feet and ankles.  My response […]
November 23, 2015

Neurokinetic Therapy; “The Missing Link” in Treating Your Pain and Injuries

“Motion is a component of movement, but movement requires motor control, which includes stability, balance, postural control, coordination, and perception.” – Gray Cook According to Motor […]
November 18, 2015

Fixing the Knee

Common Movement Related Knee Issues: Runner’s Knee IT Band Tightness Tendonitis Bursitis Arthritis Patella Tracking issues ACL/MCL Sprains Anterior Knee Pain Have you ever had knee […]
October 22, 2015

Dr. Jaicks Treats CrossFit Athletes at Annual Fall Brawl

This past Saturday, R.A.W. Training hosted one of the biggest CrossFit competitions of the year in the Tristate area.  The annual Fall Brawl showcased over 130 […]
October 6, 2015

Is Pain Really a Bad Thing?

I think the general perception of pain is a little misguided. We are constantly reminded that if we are experiencing pain we need to get rid […]
October 6, 2015

Dr. Jaicks Treats 5k/10K Runners

This past Sunday, local running enthusiasts gathered in North Park to participate in the annual Quick Chick 5K/10K hosted by Mojo Running. Female participants of all […]