Throw🔙 to Christmas time when Coach @aliwhite.balance.and.movement was teaching one of our academy athletes how to cut properly. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🔊 Sound on to listen to her cues‼️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ What we want to see: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🔗 Stay LOW ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🔗 Foot facing forward ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🔗 Knee pushed out the whole time ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🔗 Hip rotation 𝘞𝘐𝘛𝘏𝘖𝘜𝘛 the knee caving in (that’s right, gotta 🔥 up the 🍑 to do that) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✔️Remember to start 𝐒𝐋𝐎𝗪. It’s important to learn the correct movement first before you speed it up. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Try this out and ⬇️ your risk of injury and enhance your performance!💪🏽 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Questions? Comments? Let me know below👇🏽
🚨 New Article Post: “Is Static or Dynamic Stretching Better?” ——————————————————— We all know that stretching is important before and after exercise. But what is the best stretch to get your body ready for activity, dynamic or static stretching? ——————————————————— Static Stretch : A prolonged, passive stretch that is held for 30-90 second intervals to increase the length of the specific soft tissue being targeted. Static stretching has been shown to actually REDUCE muscle power and force production 😱. Static stretching temporarily lengthens the resting muscle length thus reducing the available elastic recoil available causing a reduction in force production! ——————————————————— Dynamic Stretch: A series of sport specific movements that are designed to prepare the body/muscles for activity and are not held for any length of time and are done actively. 1️⃣ Because a dynamic stretch is performed quickly it does not activate the stretch reflex or reduce the elastic recoil of the muscle! 2️⃣ Because a dynamic stretch mimics a specific movement it is believed to enhance the neurological input to the muscles thus increasing muscle performance! ——————————————————— Check out our blog for more info! Link in bio!
Not every sacrifice is a loss. . . . I’ve had to manipulate my schedule against my *desires* but this phase is temporary and important for my future. Workouts and the gym will always be there- this time for studying will not. . . . I’m not going to lie- I don’t feel ready. I missed the deadline to postpone and I do not want to cancel it. Or void it for that matter. So... I’m keeping my head up, moving forward, and trying my BEST to manage my time well. But oh how I love to spread myself thin😂 Less than 2 weeks from the #mcat, and only a few more days til I get to see @odesza live 😍😍😍
🇧🇷 Será que o 💊 ajuda aliviar dores lombares? A bula diz que sim! As evidências mostram que NÃO! Uma revisão de 3 estudos, com mais de 1800 pessoas com lombalgia, apontou que o uso de Paracetamol por 4 semanas não mostrou melhora no quadro quando comparado ao PLACEBO! Quer melhorar a dor que sente nas costas? Faça exercícios! Marque uma consulta e saiba quais os melhores e mais adequados exercícios para você! 💪🏻 🧠 adaptado de @marcosmarques 🇺🇸 Does 💊 help back pain? The Bull says yes! Evidence shows NO! A review of 3 studies, with more than 1800 people with low back pain, pointed out that the use of Paracetamol for 4 weeks showed no improvement in the picture when compared to PLACEBO! Want to improve your back pain? Do exercises! Mark your appointment and find out the best and most suitable exercises for you!
Do you incorporate weighted lateral lunges into your program? . Often times the lateral lunge is mixed in with a series of squat/lunge warm up movements, but that is not the best use of this exercise. . The lateral lunge encourages tri-planar loading of one hip at a time. That means your leg that is bearing most of your weight is being stressed in a position that requires balance of your glutes, hamstrings, quads, adductors, and abs to appropriately hit depth. Moving into this position requires strength, mobility, and balance. . In addition, the lateral lunge can be used to expose gross asymmetry that can lead to discomfort in more bilateral (feet parallel) positions. . If you notice a major asymmetry when moving into a lateral lunge you likely are utilizing a common compensatory pattern to hold yourself upright and keep yourself “up” while squatting and deadlifting. While compensatory patterns don’t guarantee injury, resolving them does resolve pain and improve strength. . If you notice a major shifting in your squat, inability to hit depth, or asymmetrical wear on your shoes, check out your lateral lunge. . . . . . #laterallunge#lunge#squat#deadlift#physicaltherapy#dpt#humanfunction#humanperformance#dallas#dallasfitness#dallassportsdoc#dallascrossfit#campgladiator#sportsmedicine
Applying to fellowship? Check out this new article from RFC’s Physiatry in Motion Newsletter by Allison Schroeder (@upmc_pmr) - “Tips for Success in the Fellowship Match: An Interview with Stephanie Tow” - https://medium.com/physiatry/tips-for-success-in-the-fellowship-match-an-interview-with-stephanie-tow-74eb8fb80340 #linkinbio#sportsmedicine#pediatric#pmr#fellowshipmatch
Tom Lechtenberg, MS, ATC, CES, CSCS, USAW-L1SP, CKTI® Tom Lechtenberg, self-made man, philanthropist, and all around good guy, has graced our planet with his presence since 1978. A champion of the people, Tom has many loving and adoring fans. He is a 14 time thumb wrestling world champion who recently retired, and was immediately put into the Hall of Fame. His insatiable appetite for knowledge and baked goods is both massive and legendary! He once ate a brownie AND cookie as big as his head and lived to tell about it. Arrogant? Hardly! Tom is simply a man flowing with confidence; a virtual legend (at least in his own mind). There is no doubt that he will one day have a bust of himself carved into Mount Rushmore for all his adoring fans to pay their respects to. Captain American and Iron Man wear Tom Lechtenberg monogramed underpants. #kinesio#nata2019#health#sportsmedicine @NATA1950 www.kinesiotaping.com
Work-related disorders aren’t limited to heavy machinery or construction, they can occur in all types of industries and work environments, including office spaces. Research shows that repetitive motion, poor posture, and staying in the same position can cause or worsen musculoskeletal disorders. The habits we build at our desk, especially while sitting, can contribute to discomfort and health issues, including but not limited to; neck and shoulder pain, obesity, musculoskeletal disorders, stress, lower back pain, and carpal tunnel. Deskercising is a new trend of exercising at your desk. They are simple and easy to do exercises and stretches that keep your body in motion. #tiptuesday #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #getmoving #sportsinjury #health #fitness #wellnesss #physiotherapist #massage #massagetherapy#nepean #ottawa #rehabilitation #muscle #injury #exercise #training #doyourbest #healthylifestyle #healthy #athlete #backpain #injuryprevention #recovery #sportsmedicine #paincontrol #treatment
I really have no idea!☕️ If you’re like me, then you probably start every morning with a nice hot cup of coffee for a boost of energy to get you through day. Here are some of the benefits of coffee! coffee has a high caffeine content along with being rich in antioxidants. Other benefits: - protect liver health - improve physical performance & increase alertness - supports cognitive function - improves cardiovascular health - can protect against diabetes and cancer Note that coffee may have its side effects limited to certain individuals. In this case, reduce your consumption of coffee or completely stop your consumption. 📸: @holisticwellnessfoodie
Ankles sprains are one of the most common injuries to the foot and lower body and the rehab process can be long and tedious. The typical treatment progression is to use RICE (rest, ice, compression, elevation) and wait for the swelling to subside and then slowly begin a rehab program. The problem with this type of process is that this does nothing to promote healing and regrowth of the connective tissue and ligaments that were sprained or partially torn during the inversion ankle sprain injury. Following an ankle sprain, the swelling and bruising is due to the damaged connective tissue and local inflammatory response. If we do not restore ligament stability to the outside of your ankle it will quickly become your “bad ankle”. What if there was a way to rehab the ankle without solely on focusing on the muscles? This is where prolotherapy can be an invaluable treatment in the cases of chronic ankle pain and instability. This treatment targets the ligaments that were damaged and helps lay down new connective tissue so the area can regain stability. Once this happens you can restore pain free movement without fear of reinjury during running or cutting movements. Many people think that once they sprain their ankle that they will have to tape it for the rest of their life. This is simply not true when rehabbed appropriately. And part of this process is good ligament restoration with prolotherapy. I’m sure there are some good ankle sprain injuries out there so let me know your stories below 👇 #naturopathicmedicine#pain#painfree#naturopathicdoctor#functionalmedicine#integrativemedicine#medical#doctor#sportsmedicine#prp#prolotherapy#regeneration#muscle#health#fitness
One of our clients Derek is bravely competing in the World’s toughest rowing challenges in December this year - The Talisker Whiskey Atlantic challenge in “The Atlantic Guardsman”, a Rannoch 45 rowing boat 🚣🏻♀️. • He has previously completed the Marathon des Sables 🏜 – three times and hopes to complete this challenge, alongside three others on behalf of the Scots Guards Charity in 40 days! Derek has been attending Elite as part of his rehabilitation They will row in pairs throughout – rowing for two hours, resting for two hours; day and night 🌗. For more information and to monitor their challenge head over to our website/FB page. . #row4heroes#charitychallenge2019#scotsguards#physio#sportsmedicine#rehabilitation#atlanticchallenge#prehab#movementismedicine
We are excited to now offer nutritional consulting services with a licensed dietician! At Tri-City Physical Therapy, we take a holistic approach to your recovery. This new service will allow us to better address the needs of our community and your overall health! For more information or to schedule a consulting session, give us a call at (337) 534-8052.
Excelente postagem do @dr.caiosenise , médico do esporte no qual tenho e tive a honra de atuar na @care.club com alguns pacientes/atletas . #cvjtrainningresults#coachvagnerjuliano#preparacaofisica#nutrição#repost @dr.caiosenise with @get_repost ・・・ A importância da proteína em dietas para emagrecimento. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Neste ensaio clínico, com duração de 4 semanas, dois grupos foram estudados em relação ao emagrecimento. Ambos realizaram dietas hipocalóricas (33 kcal/kg/dia), musculação (3x na semana) e HIIT (3x na semana). ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Um dos grupos consumiu 1.2g/kg/dia de proteína (controle) e o outro 2.4g/kg/dia. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Como é possível observar na imagem ao lado, a perda de peso entre os grupos foi igual. Porém, o grupo com maior aporte proteico aumentou sua massa magra e o grupo controle apenas a manteve. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Além do efeito sobre a saciedade e inúmeras funções no organismo, a quantidade de proteína em dietas hipocalóricas é essencial para a manutenção (ou ganho) de massa magra, principalmente quando associada a treino de força (musculação). ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Além disso, o quão maior for o déficit calórico e menor for o percentual de gordura do indivíduo, maior a tendência à redução de massa magra. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Longland, 2016. Higher compared with lower dietary protein during an energy deficit combined with intense exercise promotes greater lean mass gain and fat mass loss: a randomized trial. Am J Clin Nutr 2016;103:738–46. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #proteína#protein#obesity#obesidade#weightloss#emagrecimento#sportsmedicine#medicinaesportiva#nutrition#nutrição#healthylifestyle#careclub
Pull Workout: Pull ups 4x8-12, Meadows Rows 3x6-8 each arm, Cable Rows 3x10-12, DB Shrugs 3x12-15, Cable Curls 3x8-12 ___ Meadows Rows (Variation) Although popularized by John Meadows, this exercise goes back to the golden era of bodybuilding and is a row variation for targeting stubborn growth areas. There are two important aspects that set the meadows row apart: 1. A near 90 degree flare of the elbow is similar to a batwing row, increasing activation of the middle traps, and 2. Setting the inside hip high and inside leg lengthened out provides greater activation of the lower lats than a standard barbell row. Using a landmine, stand with a staggered stance having your inside elbow pointing down the barbell and forward foot just past the bar. Commonly done with a pronated grip, today I’m grabbing the edge of the barbell with a supinate Grip and I perform the rowing movement with the elbow flared. Make sure to keep your hips in line and don’t let the torso twist. Tip: use smaller plates to allow for a full range of motion, as 45lbs plates can be a limiting factor. ___ #pullworkout#backday#meadowsrows#lats#latworkout#traps#trapworkout#rowvariations#landmineworkout#fitnesstips#fitness#gym#sportsmedicine#sportsdoctor#strength#conditioning#hypertrophy#move#movemore#movebetter#docswholift#docsofinsta#fitdocs#drhuman#betterbodies#underarmour @thedocsofinsta
Richard Cheung, DC, ATC, CKTI® Dr. Richard Cheung was the first CKTI faculty member to hold dual credentialing as a chiropractor (DC) and an athletic trainer (ATC). He graduated from San Diego State University and the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. Richard completed his athletic training internship at UC San Diego. He maintains a full time private practice in Pasadena, CA and currently serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCU). Richard is the past Director of Sports Medicine Residency and Assistant Clinical Professor at SCU He currently teaches post graduate seminars in sports medicine, chiropractic and practice management. Richard has been a member of the NATA for over 25 years. He has been a Certified Kinesio Taping Instructor® since 2011. He has taught across the United States and overseas. #kinesio#nata2019#health#sportsmedicine @NATA1950 www.kinesiotaping.com
Life has been pretty crazy the last few weeks so I've been trying to balance that out with keeping my exercises as simple with as little time, equipment and set up as possible. With neglecting my knee a little bit I've lost a bit of range so I've been focusing on range of motion over strength a bit more recently. This isn't my favourite movement. It can be uncomfortable to start but working through it slowly for a few minutes in the morning has been really effective for dealing with some stiffness and improving my flexion through the day. Quick. Simple. Effective.
As healthcare professionals we learn a range of diseases that are studied, tracked and ranked by international organizations. We commit our careers to recognizing and treating them. Despite this, most of us are completely oblivious to one of the most common and devastating conditions that we are most prone to: burn out. Too few healthcare professionals consider Burnout and almost as few understand what it really is. If you’re wondering “how long can I keep this up?”, on a streak of “really ungrateful and uncooperative patients” or if you find yourself “just focused on getting through the day”, there is a very good chance that you are burning out. More than 40% of physicians—and 50% of female physicians—are burned out, according to the 2019 National Physicians Burnout & Depression Report. Around 15-36% of all nurses report burnout, while 50% of these professionals intend to stay on the job (a scary statistic when one consider the inverse relationship between burnout and clinical outcomes). Burnout in physical therapy is rampant with evidence suggesting that the problem is worsening fast. Nowhere is burnout more relevant than in those healthcare professionals who care for those in pain. After dealing with suffering people day after day is an intense and “sticky” process, even in the absence of burnout. Many consider burnout to simply be caused by “too much work and too few vacations” and many seek to quell their own symptoms of burnout with avoidance, denial, and disengagement, which typically only prolongs and deepens it. Unfortunately, burnout remains a taboo subject in the workplace. While there has been a growing emphasis on measuring patient satisfaction in healthcare systems, there has been no significant effort to measure healthcare provider satisfaction. If we need to understand chronic pain and suffering then we must understand burn out. #resultsmatter#fnorgetsresults#painmatters#fnor#pt#physiotherapy
If you need any medical ( Sports Medicine related & ... ) consult by specialists , call via @hospitelapp . اگه برای مسائل پزشکی تون نیاز به مشاوره تخصصی دارید، به پروفایل ما سر بزنید و میتونید از طریق هاسپیتل تماس بگیرید😊🏥 #sportsmedicine#medicalconsulting
As healthcare professionals we learn a range of diseases that are studied, tracked and ranked by international organizations. We commit our careers to recognizing and treating them. Despite this, most of us are completely oblivious to one of the most common and devastating conditions that we are most prone to: burn out. Too few healthcare professionals consider Burnout and almost as few understand what it really is. If you’re wondering “how long can I keep this up?”, on a streak of “really ungrateful and uncooperative patients” or if you find yourself “just focused on getting through the day”, there is a very good chance that you are burning out. More than 40% of physicians—and 50% of female physicians—are burned out, according to the 2019 National Physicians Burnout & Depression Report. Around 15-36% of all nurses report burnout, while 50% of these professionals intend to stay on the job (a scary statistic when one consider the inverse relationship between burnout and clinical outcomes). Burnout in physical therapy is rampant with evidence suggesting that the problem is worsening fast. Nowhere is burnout more relevant than in those healthcare professionals who care for those in pain. After all dealing with suffering people day after day is an intense and “sticky” process, even in the absence of burnout. Many consider burnout to simply be caused by “too much work and too few vacations” and many seek to quell their own symptoms of burnout with avoidance, denial, and disengagement, which typically only prolongs and deepens it. Unfortunately, burnout remains a taboo subject in the workplace. While there has been a growing emphasis on measuring patient satisfaction in healthcare systems, there has been no significant effort to measure healthcare provider satisfaction. If we need to understand chronic pain and suffering then we must understand burn out. #resultsmatter#fnorgetsresults#painmatters#fnor#pt#physiotherapy