Did you know that, in the event of a torn ACL, rehabilitation doesn’t have to wait until after surgical repair to begin? This is a concept called pre-rehabilitation, otherwise known as “Prehab.” One study reported that patients who participated in a prehab exercise program as they awaited ACL repair had improved knee function which was sustained at 12 weeks post-operatively.
September is falls awerness month, learn what factors effect your balance and how you can prevent falls with the help of a physical therapist.
If you have low back tightness or pain, try these exercises to loosen up and improve low back mobility of your spine and surrounding structures.
Do you have nagging shoulder pain? It may be a shoulder impingement. Learn what a shoulder impingement is, what causes it, and what you can do about it.
Learn how to do the Nordic Hamstring exercise to eccentrically train the hamstrings to improve strength and stability, and prevent hamstring strains.
What do studies say about dynamic stretching vs static stretching in athletes? The research says one is better than the other in warm-ups!