I started going to Active Physical Therapy in January of 2014. I like to consider myself as semi athletic. To stay in shape and keep a positive
outlook on life I enjoy running, playing basketball, walking the dogs and hiking with our pups and I started going to Active Physical
Therapy in January of 2014. I like to consider myself as semi athletic. To stay in shape and keep a positive outlook on life I enjoy running,
playing basketball, walking the dogs and hiking with our pups and boys . I was starting to have some pain in my hip that was making that difficult
for me to do those things and / or painful during and after. With the help of their staff I am feeling much better and I am able to do the things
that I love to do with little to no pain. Where they stand out to me is their personal care and explaining to the patient what it is they are doing
and how it will help. That is very hard to find in a Dr today. Bottom line If you want to get better they WILL get you there. They are experts!
-- Jonathan W.
Remember, nothing is alleged to--or can have--happened to all of MLB over some one or two seasons: the claim is that PEDs were being used at a slowly but steadily increasing rate (and thus "distorting records") from very roughly 1980 through the present. Were that so, or anything like it, we would expect to see a clear long-term uptrend during this period. But we don't: we see a nearly flat line that, if anything, slopes slightly down. The "boost" just isn't there. But that doesn't seem to stop anyone from talking about it.
Early in 2003 , Clemens announced his retirement, effective at the end of that season. On June 13, 2003, pitching against the St. Louis Cardinals in Yankee Stadium , Clemens recorded his 300th career win and 4,000th career strikeout, the only player in history to record both milestones in the same game. [ citation needed ] The 300th win came on his fourth try; the Yankee bullpen had blown his chance of a win in his previous two attempts. He became the 21st pitcher ever to record 300 wins and the third ever to record 4,000 strikeouts, joining Nolan Ryan (5,714) and Steve Carlton (4,136). Randy Johnson (4,875) has since also joined the 4,000 strikeout club. His career record upon reaching the milestones was 300–155; his record at the end of the season was 310–160 with 4,099 strikeouts. Clemens finished the season with a 17–9 record and a ERA.