Physical therapy is oftentimes viewed as a treatment that is designed to help you recover from an injury, and that does make up a large aspect of our
In Caring For Your Shoulders Part 1, we discussed the basics of issues that may occur with your shoulders. In part 2 we are going to discuss the
Treatable shoulder impairment affects approximately 30% of the American population. This percentage will probably increase as adults desire
Dynamic balance and coordination, multi joint integration, and proper sequencing of muscle firing patterns are the cornerstone of athletic movement
The title statement may seem like a strange concept, but as a Performance Physical Therapist, I can assure you that this is central to my practice.
Lateral epicondylitis, “tennis elbow” is by far the most common upper extremity injury noted in the recreational tennis population and comprises up to