The information you learn studying to become a CSCS provides a foundational understanding of basic strength and conditioning principles. This brief write-up is for anyone interested in taking the certification exam.Read More
The gluteal muscles play a powerful role in the world of rehabilitation and fitness. Determining which exercises target which muscles is important in obtaining the right outcome. Here are some great choices that can be used!Read More
Postural training is an integral part of any comprehensive plan of care. Poor posture can have the consequence of affecting things such as muscle force production, diaphragmatic excursion, and even one's emotional state.
Here are some of the more common types of poor posture seen in the every day population as well as some stretching and strengthening exercises that can be used to address each of them.Read More
There are many different tools that therapists can implement when treating a patient. Each and every one of these tools are unique in their own way. Is dry needling one of those effective tools to use?Read More
As physical therapists and physical therapy students, we often encounter injuries of our own. Since we are skilled in addressing and treating these injuries on others, should we hold off on applying these same skills on ourselves?
Here are my personal experiences with thoracic outlet syndrome and how I intend to treat myself.Read More