Peter Rath has traveled to Bolivia on a chiropractic missions trip to work with the underprivileged community.
Charles Feng, a physician at the ALL PRO Health Center, explained recently on KXSC Radio how the sports medicine field is evolving, what injuries are becoming prevalent among amateurs and how physicians involved with athletic franchises decide when a player has to take a seat on the bench.
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Dr. Feng and "Fabio" Lanzoni are both advocates of developing ways to build healthy lean muscle, strengthen the immune system, and delay the effects of aging.
ALL PRO Health Center joins Jazz Musician Barbara Morrison to support SAPPA's (Scholarship Audition Performance Preparatory Academy), a resource center for music scholarships, competitions, schools and programs serving the Los Angeles area.
Chiropractic care plays a key role in optimizing athletic performance. According to Dr. Feng, "all 32 teams in the National Football League including the San Diego Chargers benefit from chiropractic physican services to recover faster, to compete longer, and to perform better."
Dr. Feng guests on AM 1300's weekly radio show "Design Your Future."
As the Official Sports Medicine and Health Care Center of the California Quake (Women's Tackle Football), ALL PRO Health Center doctors and staff prepare the players for competition.
Dr. Feng tapes a cyclist who suffers from IT Band syndrome. The AIDS Lifecycle is a week-long 545 miles journey from San Francisco to Los Angeles that raises money for AIDS research.
As a member of the Kansas City Chiefs Sports Medicine Team, Dr. Feng provided injury management, rehabilitation, and preventive care to the players.
Dr. Feng provides athletic training services to elite high school collegiate, and world class athletes at the Mt. Sac Relays. Some of the world's best athletes attend this annual competition including 10-time Olympic Gold medalist, Carl Lewis.
Dr. Feng and the team of volunteers for Toys for Tots / Spark of Love, an annual community service project sponsored by the United States Marine Corps and the Los Angeles Fire Department.