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June 4, 2014

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October 31, 2013

Injury Armored Aims to Stop Athletic Injuries Before They Happen

Original Article: A former collegiate and professional athlete, Turner has spent more than 20 years researching sports rehab. “It started bothering me more and more over the years that a lot of the injuries we are seeing could have been identified and prevented,” Turner said. What stood out to Turner were the similar patterns of weaknesses he found occurring in athletes who suffered non-traumatic injuries—the type that aren’t caused by something uncontrollable like a tackle or a crash. Turner estimates this type accounts for up to 70 percent of sports injuries. Whether it’s a football player who tears his anterior […]
October 16, 2013

Injury Armored working to help athletes prepare for the unknown

Published: Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013 5:32 a.m. CDT Original article: AURORA – A new company in Aurora aims to prevent many sports injuries from occurring through proactive testing. Injury Armored is a newly formed athletic testing company located at 1222 N. Eola Road in Aurora. It is headed by seasoned sports therapist Mark Turner. Turner has built a local and national reputation as a “sports medical guru,” the Injury Armored website touts. A former college and professional football player, Turner has spent more than 20 years working with athletes and their injuries. At Injury Armored, the goal is to pre-diagnose […]
August 29, 2013

Marshall working with avant garde testing program

Chiropractor’s concentrated rehab program tries to alleviate receiver’s hip woes Original Article: Frustrated by the pace of rehabilitation after his third career hip surgery, Brandon Marshall returned from Florida before training camp last month and sought the counsel of Mark Turner, a chiropractor who runs the Turner Pain and Wellness Center in Aurora. “Brandon just said to me, ‘How could this be? What’s going on?”’ Turner said Wednesday in a phone interview. “He had worked his butt off but just didn’t have all the information he needed. It’s not that the surgeon didn’t do a good job. But any time […]