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Strength Still Matters

Strength Still Matters

Sometimes we, as physical therapists and strength coaches, get too wrapped up in the latest, greatest exercise or treatment approach (e.g., Graston, PRI, SFMA) and forget that strengthening weak muscles still matters. By strengthening weak muscles, I mean continuing...

Galileo would have loved sports biomechanics . . .

Galileo would have loved sports biomechanics . . .

I liked this editorial from the British Journal of Sports Medicine. By: Ben Clarsen, Hilde Moseby Berge Galileo Galilei (1564–1642) is often referred to as the father of modern science. Initially a medical student, his obsession with measurement soon turned him to...

Quest Personal Training and Coaching

Quest Personal Training and Coaching

After more than a year of planning and testing, I'm proud to say that the new Quest Personal Training and Coaching is now live! Quest provides a secure way to work with an expert to help achieve your health, sporting, and exercise goals. In fact, we believe in our...

Surgery a Better Treatment Option for Some Hamstring Injuries

Surgery a Better Treatment Option for Some Hamstring Injuries

Interesting presentation and press release from the annual AOSSM meeting. Look forward to reading it more closely when the study is published.   ORLANDO, FL – Patients treated surgically for a hamstring rupture demonstrated better results than those treated only...

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