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Images from 2013 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii

November 18, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

My brother, Dr. Michael L. Webb Jr., and myself working on Ironman athletes in the ART treatment tent a few days before the race.   My brother and I with Dr. Joseph Maroon. He’s Head Neurosurgeon at UPMC and the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Neurosurgeon. Dr. Maroon completed the race – his fourth time completing at Kona. […]

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Images from 2012 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii

October 29, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

10.13.12 – Swim start.  There were 1800 swimmers in the water.   Mirinda Carfrae, Third place finisher in the 2012 Ironman World championship,  2010 Ironman World Champion, and 2nd Place finisher in the 2011 Ironman World Championship.   Dr. Michael Leahy, founder of ART.   Leanda Cave, 2012 Womens Ironman World Champion

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Jean Webb From Washington Pennsylvania Places 1st in her Division

Jean Webb From Washington Pennsylvania Places 1st in her Division and at 72 is the Oldest Female Competitor to Complete the 2012 Nautica South Beach Triathlon Miami Florida: On Sunday April 1, 2012 over 2,500 athletes took to the South Beach course to compete in the 2012 Nautica South Beach Triathlon. As one of the […]

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2011 Ironman World Championship, Pittsburgh Chiropractor Dr. Christopher Webb Makes the Journey to Hawaii to Assist Athletes in the Ironman Competition

November 7, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

Kona Hawaii was the setting for the ultimate test of human endurance on October 8th, 2011 as over 1,800 competitors took to the course in their attempt to complete the triathlon. In the Ironman World Championship, athletes start off with a 2.4 mile swim. Then it is on the bike for a 112 mile ride. […]

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Back Pain at Work: Prevent Back Pain, A Leading Cause of Employee Absenteeism

Every day people across the country are putting their back at risk simply by going to work and most people do not even know it. While people who work in fields such as construction and landscaping understand the risks associated with the heavy lifting involved in their day to day jobs, it may not be […]

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Can Lack of Exercise and Obesity Lead to Back Pain?

Proper nutrition and exercise is a topic that is becoming more prevalent in the United States today. As the obesity rates in the country continue to rise, more research is being executed in an effort to determine what effect all of this extra weight is having on the American people. We know that being overweight […]

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A Thirteen Year Old Boy’s Struggle with Chronic Pain: Active Release Technique

Over the past 78 years the staff at Dr. Webb and Associates has seen thousands of patients come through their doors seeking the care and treatment of a wide range of ailments. Since 1933 Dr. Webb and Associates have been practicing the latest techniques and therapies to provide chiropractic care to the community. Being conveniently […]

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Cox Flexion Distraction Technique Provides Patients with Back Pain Relief – Another Option to Surgery

Back Pain is a condition that is affecting more and more people each year. It is a problem that can be a mystery that most people are unable to solve. It can be so disrupting to your everyday life that when you are unable to deal with the pain anymore you will do just about […]

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Using Proper Form Will Help You to Get More Out Of Your Workout While Decreasing the Risk of Back Pain and Other Injuries

Over the past few years more and more people have started to pay greater attention to their health and fitness. As the obesity rate rises in the United States, it is causing people to reevaluate the way that they eat and the way that they take care of their bodies. One of the most effective […]

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The McKenzie Method is One of the Most Effective Treatments for Patients with Back Pain

Every year more and more people are struggling to get through their days with a common affliction, back pain. Studies have shown that over 85% of Americans suffer from back pain, including upper back pain as well as lower back pain, at some point in their lives. Most do not know the cause of their […]

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