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Can We Better Predict and Treat Pain Before It Becomes a Bigger Problem?

When was the last time a check-up with your family physician involved a “Functional Examination” in order to minimize or prevent future injuries and degenerative arthritic conditions of the joints? The answer sadly is probably never! With the current method of evaluating a patient, one basically walks into an office, sits or lays stationary on […]

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The Responsible Guide to Getting Fit

Armed with a New Year’s resolution and with the summer sun fast approaching, many take to fitness programs around this time of year as they attempt to achieve their personal goals. Whether it’s an upcoming beach vacation, your best friend’s wedding, training for a marathon, or simply the desire to benefit from leading a healthier […]

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Duncan Rehabs Injured Knee in Windsor

Click Here for the original article in the Windsor Star Darren Duncan walks through the downtown offices of the Windsor Express with an athletic brace hanging loosely from his left knee. He’s just finished a workout and he’s encouraged at the progress. “It’s feeling pretty good,” said Windsor’s starting point guard. “The brace is for security. […]

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The Better Posture Workout

Of all the things we could be training for—strength, power, speed, muscle, weight loss, the Olympics—why should we waste our valuable time training for better posture? Simple. Because it’s foundational to all those things. Without a state of balance in the body, which is the definition of posture, you won’t be able to reach your […]

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“I Feel Great!”

A Pragmatic View to Health Living Somewhere along the lines of true health care and modern medicine we have become a society of individuals that determines how healthy we are based on the presence or absence of “pain”. Why is that? This has long been the medical model to care that is more so based […]

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2004 U.S. Olympic Swim Team Medical Staff Invitational

Dr. Tsiaprailis was one of a select few healthcare providers that have stood out in USA Swimming’s Sports Medicine network and therefore invited to provide care to the athletes of the 2004 U.S. Olympic Swim Team Training Camp as they prepared for Athens.  

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Santa Clara Swim Club

The Santa Clara Swim Club plays host to one of USA Swimming’s annual Grand Prix circuits, hosting athletes from the U.S. Olympic Swim Team, Canadian National Team Members as well as national team members from Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Dr. Tsiaprailis and his select team of practitioners provided care to over 600 swimmers with […]

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Pacific Athletic Club Director of Tennis

“Dr. George’s reputation at Pacific Athletic Club and his talent for helping injured tennis players back to full playing status in record time was impressive and his departure from our area was a real loss to the local tennis community. His professional insight in working with the U.S. Olympic Swim Team and swimmers in general […]

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PEPA Sports

“PEPA has been working with Dr. Tsiaprailis through out the 2003 year and currently instills nothing but confidence in him. Our program is very intense and requires an experienced team of health care providers that are accustomed to working with professional athletes in managing the numerous tendonitis, neck, back and extremity conditions that arise. It […]

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Richard Quick – 6 Time U.S. Olympic Swim Team Coach

“George Tsiaprails DC has been an asset to Stanford Women’s Swimming. Since discovering his talents this summer our swimmers have recovered faster and/or are managing their injuries better with his care. We value his chiropractic skills as well as his expertise in Active Release Technique. He is very personable with the athletes and each swimmer […]

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