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Have you been going to physical therapy for at least four weeks and not seeing significant progress? One of the most common reason for this, is that your system is not receiving enough load or input to make a change to its preferred movement habit. What do we mean by this? When changing your movement system it is like trying to stretch out a rubber ...

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Last week we talked about some great ways to avoid overuse injuries for your developing athletes. However one of the big questions we got from that was "How do I know if it is an overuse injury vs just general muscle soreness?" This is a great question! In this week's TTWS we provide a few different things to look at to help determine the ...

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As becoming a pro athlete becomes more and more glamorized in today’s culture there is a rising number of injuries in developing athletes. This is due to many factors but mostly, the increasing number of young athletes specializing in a sport way too early on in life. When this happens they do not develop broad athletic abilities and they are constantly ...

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If you have a child that participates in some type of sport or activity then you have probably thought about ways that you can ensure they stay healthy and injury free at some point in time. We are here to give you a few quick things you can observe and ask your child to assess their risk for injury. Below is the full video of this week’s TTWS where ...

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There are 14 different muscles that attach to the shoulder blade that can play into the mechanics of how that shoulder blades moves. In addition to this the way your body is moving as a whole can affect the way your shoulder moves. Therefore, there are many different places that your pain could be coming from and it may not necessarily be from a ...


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