by Mark Boyland, PT, DPT, CSCS The joy of training allows for many populations of people to be able to exercise and as trainers and strength coaches we need to be aware of individual differences between some of these unique populations. There are some considerations...
by Sam Yim SPT Introduction Percussion massage guns have grown in popularity within the past couple years and sponsor many pro athletes such as Patrick Mahomes and Russell Westbrook. The price point ranges from $50 for lower end models to upwards of $700 for the most...
Article Review by Evan Peterson PT, DPTKnee Structure The knee joint is composed of several parts. It contains bone, ligament, tendon, joint capsule, and different types of cartilage. The knee contains 2 distinct cartilages: articular and meniscus. Articular cartilage...
Reviewed by Evan Peterson PT, DPTIntroductionMobility over the last several years has been a source of topic when discussing general health and wellness. Many people believe the more mobile a joint is the better off it will be. There are varying degrees to which a...
Article reviewed by Evan Peterson PT, DPTBackgroundFoot pain is a common injury experienced across the population in both the athletic and non-athletic population alike. There are many different causes for foot pain, but one in particular is often misdiagnosed or...
Comparison of 3 Preventative Methods to reduce the Recurrence of Ankle Inversion Sprains in Male Soccer Players
by Bridget Collier PT, DPT The study, “Comparison of 3 Preventative Methods to Reduce the Recurrence of Ankle Inversion Sprains in Male Soccer Players” looks at 3 interventions and a control group to determine which is the most effective in preventing recurring ankle...
Article Review by Evan Peterson PT, DPTOver the years, there has been much discussion regarding building “core” muscle and stability. When the term “core” is used, generally the public immediately is drawn to the abdominal and trunk musculature. In this article by...
When Treating Coexisting Low Back Pain and Hip Impairments, Focus on the Back: Adding Specific Hip Treatment Does Not Yield Additional Benefits
ARTICLE REVIEW by Tyler Tice PT, DPT, ATCIt is common for individuals with low back pain to also have associated hip pain and is often times challenging to determine the primary source of the pain. This article, which was recently published in the Journal of...
by Tyler Tice, PT, DPT, MS, ATCI have seen multiple patients recently reporting they have developed shoulder pain and limited range of motion after receiving the flu or COVID vaccines. The cases that I have seen have varied in time of symptom onset from 2 days to 4+...
Practical Postexercise Recovery Strategies in Male Adult Professional Soccer Players: A Systematic Review
by Nick Mattis, SPT, Ray Moore, PT Introduction: There are several aspects that go into game days when playing sports: traveling, getting suited up, pre-game warm-up, the game itself, and last but not least, the post-game recovery. This article looks into the...
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