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Hip Pain, Loaded Carries, and Developing Baseball Pitchers

Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Dan Pope, Emily Beers and Breaking Muscle, and Sammy Eisenberg.
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Tired of Your Achy Knees?

Are you suffering from achy knees that seem to affect your ability to complete simple tasks throughout your day? Perhaps you may be experiencing a condition known as patellofemoral pain (PFP). PFP syndrome may be described using various terms such as chondromalacia patella, intraarticular condropathy, patellar arthralgia, runner’s knee, and etc. Essentially it is described […]
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Performance Physical Therapy: Why Our Profession Needs to Progress

Physical therapy can span a wide spectrum, ranging from injury rehabilitation, to injury prevent, and even performance enhancement. To truly help people get the most out of their bodies, we need to focus on all three of those. But many of us don’t, and if you’re one of them, I think you may be really missing the boat. It’s not enough to simply try to restore someone to their previous baseline. That’s “traditional” physical therapy if you ask me. Performance physical therapy not only restores function, but also works on optimizing and enhancing performance. That’s the key difference to me.
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Eccentric Hamstrings, Heart Rate Variability, and Compression Garments

Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Dean Somerset, Mike Nelson, and Bret Contreras.
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Rotator Cuff Repair Rehabilitation: How Fast Should We Go?

The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on Rotator Cuff Rehab: How Fast Should We Go? is now available.
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Preventing ACL Tears, Fitness Myths, and Rotator Cuff Repair Failures

Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Dave Tilley and Lenny Macrina, Philip Stefanov, and the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery.
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Beat the Heat and Get into The Pool

Are you having trouble sticking with your exercise program because you’re bored with your usual program? Do you feel that you need to try something new but are afraid of re-aggravating an old injury? Do you feel like you need to improve your cardio and lose a few pounds? Do you feel there’s just not […]
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6 Things You Can Do to Maximize Your PT Sessions

Dedicating yourself to your health and rehabilitation takes a lot of time and effort. We want to help you achieve your goals to regain full function. Here are a few tips to help you benefit from your PT experience. 1. Consistency When your physician refers you to physical therapy, they usually recommend a series of […]
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Wake Up Call for Collegiate Athlete Sleep: Narrative Review and Consensus Recommendations from the NCAA Interassociation Task Force on Sleep and Wellness

Wake up call for collegiate athlete sleep: narrative review and consensus recommendations from the NCAA Interassociation Task Force on Sleep and Wellness.Kroshus E, Wagner J, Wyrick D, Athey A, Bell L, Benjamin HJ, Grandner MA, Kline CE, Mohler JM, Roxanne Prichard J, Watson NF, Hainline B. Br J Sports Med. 2019 May 16. pii: bjsports-2019-100590. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2019-100590. [Epub ahead of print]Full Text is Not Freely AvailableThe National Collegiate Athletic Association hosted a sleep summit in 2017 to address the lack of guidelines for sleep management and restorative sleep for collegiate athletes. Members of the Interassociation Task Force on Sleep and Wellness provided a review of four topics related to collegiate athlete sleep: “(1) sleep patterns and disorders among collegiate athletes; (2) sleep and optimal functioning among athletes; (3) screening, tracking and assessment of athlete sleep; and (4) interventions to improve sleep.” They also provided five recommendations.View 196 other recent position statements, consensus statements, guidelines, and recommendations related to sports medicine….

Nordic Hamstring Curls, Nutrition Advice, and Shoulder Arthroplasty

Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Kiefer Lammi, Chad Landers, and JOSPT.
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