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Can Physical Therapy Really Improve Sports Performance?

Can Physical Therapy Really Improve Sports Performance?

We all know physical therapy can help after injury, but can it also help improve your sports performance? In short, YES! Whether your sport is running, golfing, CrossFit, powerlifting, or a weekend warrior (amongst many others) physical can take your game to the next level! Physical therapy isn’t just for injury recovery! Physical therapy shouldContinue Reading »

How Do I Prevent Running Injuries?

How Do I Prevent Running Injuries?

Have you experienced an injury from running?  Are you worried that you may have an injury when exercising?  Is fear holding you back?  We want to reassure you that exercise is the solution and not something to be afraid of.  Running injuries are commonplace but don’t let this put you off.  Despite this high incidentContinue Reading »

Can Kinesiology Tape Help With My Pain?

Can Kinesiology Tape Help With My Pain?

Are you worried about starting physical therapy because of pain? It’s an entirely normal concern to have before starting treatment. And we want to alleviate any worries or anxieties you might have.  You might be thinking that you shouldn’t start physical therapy until your pain subsides. You might also be concerned that physical exercises areContinue Reading »

How To Avoid Golf-related Injuries

How To Avoid Golf-related Injuries

Golf is more injurious than most people realize. Without the proper precautions and knowledge, you can damage yourself and cause significant chronic pain through golf-related injuries. Here’s what you need to know.  When it comes to popular sports, golf is given the most flak. Some proclaim that playing golf simply ‘ruins a good walk’. InContinue Reading »

How to Avoid Low Back Pain When Golfing

How to Avoid Low Back Pain When Golfing

Golf is a sport that gets a lot flack for being an “old man’s game” that requires minimal effort and exercise. It’s usually stereotyped as a “casual” activity for people of all ages to enjoy on the weekends. For those that do not have much experience golfing, they think of golf as a sport thatContinue Reading »

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