1️⃣Quadruped Rockback – get on all fours with a wide stance, sink back into deep hip flexion, stretching your groin and glute muscles. 2️⃣Ankle Prying – get down into a squat, lean to one side and push the knee forward while keeping the heel down, stretching the lower calf region. 3️⃣Foam Roller T-Spine – get […]
Is The Butt Wink Bad For Your Back The Butt Wink can be seen at the bottom of a squat when the low back moves into flexion and starts to round. This can put additional pressure on muscles that stabilize the spine and pelvis, and maybe even the low back disks. It is not really […]
Is squatting bad for your knees?Is deep squatting harmful for your kneeIf your knees go past you toes when you squat, is that bad? I get these questions all the time and especially if patients have heard these half-truths from their doctor, its hard to make them understand that “IT DEPENDS” Many of us have […]
Is squatting bad for your knees?Is deep squatting harmful for your kneeIf your knees go past you toes when you squat, is that bad? I get these questions all the time and especially if patients have heard these half-truths from their doctor, its hard to make them understand that “IT DEPENDS” First Things First: SQUATTING […]
#UpgradeYourPhysicalTherapy #rowing variations are my most popular exercises. Rowing is effective for people with a lot of different problems #backpain #Neckpain #shoulderpain It works for your #posture because this one of the #compoundexercises that involves different joints and muscles Typically I program twice as much rowing as I do for pressing, but it depends on […]
What is a #SLAP TEAR, also known as Superior Labrum from Anterior to Posterior.The labrum is a cartilage ring inside the shoulder that provides stability to the joint and. Slap tear is a common tear of your labrum, where your biceps attaches. From @drnimamehran: SLAP tears (of the shoulder) are most commonly due to repetitive […]
Low bar, or high bar backsquats are both good, but your individual mobility will determine which one is best. Neither is best for everyone!
Managing soft tissue injuries is more than short-term damage control. Similar to other injuries, clinicians should aim for long-term outcomes and treat the person with the injury rather than the injury of the person.
Unload or restrict movement for 1 to 3 days to minimise bleeding, prevent distension of injured fibers and reduce risk of aggravating the injury.
PEACE & LOVE is a 2-phase approach that outlines the importance of educating patients and addressing psychosocial factors to enhance recovery.