Archive for the ‘Sports Medicine’ Category


The prescription and the dose most doctors aren’t prescribing correctly!

What if your Doctor prescribed you a therapy that would decrease your chance of dying by 70% and your chance of cardiovascular disease by 60%, would you be interested? Studies have claimed that between 75-85 percent of death and disease can be related to lifestyle. You do not need a doctorate to understand that proper […]


PNF/Fascilitated Stretching – Simple Solution to Chronic Tight Hamstrings!

Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) stretching techniques are commonly used in the athletic and clinical environments to enhance both active and passive range of motion (ROM) with a view to optimizing motor performance and rehabilitation. PNF stretching is positioned in the literature as the most effective stretching technique when the aim is to increase ROM, particularly […]


Chi Running

If you were to spend 4 hours a week golfing, you would probably take a lesson or a tip or two to learn to golf. If you were to fish 4 hours a week, you may ask the Bait shop which rod to use and what the fish were biting on. If you were to […]


Upper Cross Syndrome & Tennis Injuries-Avoiding injury off the courts

Avoiding Tennis Injuries Off the courts-Upper Cross Syndrome By Dr. Todd Plutchok, DC ART Provider Let’s treat the cause and not just the symptom.  Many times when tennis players are experiencing pain they flip their tennis game upside down trying to alter their swing, change their racket, decrease the volume of play, and strap on […]


New Website-Work in Progress

Welcome to the new website. This site should have a cleaner look, easier to navigate, with a blog so I can update my clients and health conscious community with new info, health and performance information.  Explore, enjoy, and I always welcome constructive critique and request for topics or info.  Enjoy!   Dr. Todd

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