Struggling with incontinence, diastasis recti, or low back/hip pain from poor pelvic floor health? Dr. Erica sees it all the time!
Have you ever heard of trigger point dry needling? It’s an effective tool that we use with many of our clients. Learn more about it!
Optimize Your Front Squat Share on facebook Facebook Share on linkedin LinkedIn It often surprises us when we walk through someone’s program and realize how neglected the front squat is. Back squat is always in there but when we ask ,“why don’t you front squat?”, we get the same answer over and over, “I can’t […]
5 Strategies For The Most Effective Movement Prep Share on facebook Facebook Share on linkedin LinkedIn Creatine. Beta-alanine. C4. N.O. Explode. Jack3d. That’s what most people take before a workout to give them the advantage against the weights they’re about to slay. Or at least that’s what they think will give them the advantage. What […]
Shoulder pain is one of the most common complaints we hear from our athletes and often times it is from a lack of overhead shoulder mobility.
Mastering the hip hinge is essential to lifts like kettlebell swings, deadlifts, and cleans. Here is a self-assessment and exercises to help!
Running Series: IT Band-Related Pain Share on facebook Facebook Share on linkedin LinkedIn What Is It? If you complete a simple Google search, you’ll find all kinds of websites saying that IT Band Syndrome is caused by tightness of your IT Band, which then causes a friction over the area of the knee when you […]
Running Series: 3 Tips To Help With Shin Splints Share on facebook Facebook Share on linkedin LinkedIn Shin Splints: What Are They? Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS), or commonly referred to as “shin splints,” is a frequent injury among running athletes. It is caused by excessive strain on the tibia (shin bone) due to muscle […]
5 Tips To Reduce The Risks Of Youth Sport Specialization Share on facebook Facebook Share on linkedin LinkedIn This is a follow-up to part one on youth sport specialization. If you haven’t read part one yet, you can do so here. In this brief article, we will give you our top five tips to reduce […]
The Good, and bad, of youth sport specialization Share on facebook Facebook Share on linkedin LinkedIn The landscape of youth sports is changing. Kids watch pro-athletes and emulate them. They “want to be like Mike.” In pursuit of this dream, youth athletes, coaches, and parents feel the best way to achieve the goal [reach professional […]