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Acupuncture and Chiropractic

Written By The Tri Doc on June 16, 2016

I have already told a few patients, but I have decided to officially let the cat out of the bag. I am in the process of becoming certified in Acupuncture. The Texas Chiropractic Board allows us to take a 100... Read More


Ankle Sprain Issues

Written By The Tri Doc on June 16, 2016

After reading some recent studies regarding ankle sprains, I decided to write some thoughts that I believe are problems with and associated to ankle sprains. First of all, in my clinical experience I have found that once someone sprains an ankle... Read More


Announcing the Launch of Our Chiropractic Wellness Blog!

Written By The Tri Doc on June 16, 2016

Welcome to the first posting on our new wellness blog! We have set this blog up so that our current and future patients can use it as a resource to learn more about the principles practiced by chiropractors and the... Read More


ART Spine

Written By The Tri Doc on June 16, 2016

I am excited to be doing Active Release in the spine now. I have been seeing a lot more ART clients/patients who have been benefiting from the care. That's was makes what I do, more fun.  How are your goals from... Read More


Austin Marathon

Written By The Tri Doc on June 16, 2016

I am really excited about the marathon this weekend. I have always wanted to run the Austin Marathon and this week I get my chance. I am very stoked that the weather appears to be turning. We were suppose to... Read More


Bandera 25k

Written By The Tri Doc on June 16, 2016

I did a trail run last weekend. I would like to say after doing this same race for the second year in a row, I love it. It is a tough, scenic and long 15.5 miles, but it is very... Read More


Buffalo Springs Race Report

Written By The Tri Doc on June 16, 2016

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Buffalo Springs Triathlon Report

Written By The Tri Doc on June 16, 2016

Here the journey begins-Friday- Me and my friend Andrew began the journey to west Texas loaded up with bikes and all in his van. Andrew has a pretty sweet van that works very well with triathlons. It holds both bikes... Read More


Can you do an Ironman?

Written By The Tri Doc on June 16, 2016

I am very excited today. I train with a group of athletes from Emerge Triathlon Training and yesterday, a guy in our group named Alan completed Coeur d'Alene IronMan 2009. This is such a huge feat. To be able to... Read More


Cedar Park Carpal Tunnel Pain Relief

Written By The Tri Doc on June 16, 2016

Carpal tunnel (CT) syndrome is a serious work-related injury caused by repetitive motions. In today's computer-based society, the majority of carpal tunnel injuries come directly from the hours we spend hunched over a keyboard. However, playing a musical instrument, long... Read More


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