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My Road to Qualify for Boston

My Road to Qualify for Boston by Carrie My bucket list included “run a marathon.” Just one. But as any marathoner knows, you can’t run just one. So a few marathons in, I added “qualify for Boston” to the list.  Granted, I would need to drop 15

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Connect with our practice – anytime, anywhere!

What if you could connect and engage with our practice – anytime, anywhere? With PatientReach Mobile and PatientReach Portal, you can now: Send and receive secure messages with us Manage your appointment schedules by viewing your appointment history, reviewing and confirming upcoming appointments, and requesting new appointments

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August Updates

Happy August!  We hope that you are enjoying your summer thus far. We have lots of exciting news to share. Read on for updates and news from ArCTIC and Schreffler Chiropractic. Welcome Becki! Becki Spiering joined the ArCTIC Run Coaching Team this summer and has already hit the ground running.  She

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Happy Memorial Day Weekend

We are thankful to those who have sacrificed their lives and the lives of their loved ones in the name of freedom and liberty.  As we approach a long weekend, we wanted to remind you of the fun and informative workshops and events that we have for

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Cycling Tips for Bike to Work Day 2018

In preparation for Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 18th, here are some tips for you from ArCTIC and Grace Barre & Yoga.  Look for us at the Penrose Square Pit Stop. THINK FLUIDS If your bike commute is more than 45-minutes or is done in

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Committed to you Success – May Events at ArCTIC

Happy Spring!  Don’t miss this opportunity to tap into ArCTIC’s expert team at the following seminars in May.  At ArCTIC, we don’t only provide pain relief, we are committed to your success! May 3rd – Postural Training 101 To help remedy symptoms such as neck, TMJ, mid back

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8 On-the-Go Recovery Snacks

By Lauren Trocchio, RD, LD, CSSD Recovery is an integral part of a training plan, and that includes recovery fueling. However, immediate noshing after a workout is not necessary for everyone. If you are working out hard and/or long (ie more than 60-minutes) most days of the weeks,

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Donate Life with the Team Steve Foundation

In June 2016, Steve Nugent received the life-saving liver transplant he needed due to Primary Sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), an autoimmune disease. On the hardest day of their lives, another family was selfless and said “Yes.” Their loved one and family left a lasting impact and legacy on

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Fueling Before a Workout

By Lauren Trocchio, RD, LD, CSSD Last month my nutrition article focused on the big picture of fueling a workout: from daily fueling to which types of runs require pre/post fueling. This month I will hone in specifically on pre-workout/run fueling, including both the timing and content. Things

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Fueling on the Run

By Lauren Trocchio, RD, LD, CSSD Fueling a run: When is it important? Most runners would answer this statement with “always!”, and athletes in general are continuously told the importance of fueling their workouts and races. But what exactly does that mean, and do the same guidelines apply

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