David Huie, 27, a doctor of physical therapy, demonstrates the dynamic stretch for the back and hips, swinging the leg from left to right in a smooth motion, inside the Krupa Center at Cleveland Clinic Florida in Weston.
David Huie, 27, a doctor of physical therapy, demonstrates the dynamic stretch for the back and hips, swinging the leg from left to right in a smooth motion, inside the Krupa Center at Cleveland Clinic Florida in Weston. CHRIS CUTRO FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
David Huie, 27, a doctor of physical therapy, demonstrates the dynamic stretch for the back and hips, swinging the leg from left to right in a smooth motion, inside the Krupa Center at Cleveland Clinic Florida in Weston. CHRIS CUTRO FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

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