Some of you may know that I suffered a fractured rib while snowboarding over a week ago if you follow … Continue reading I Broke My Rib. Should I Run?
Have you ever received a massage and been told you have knots? And they hurt when they are pressed? Or … Continue reading Knots and Trigger Points, Oh My!
I hope everyone had a safe New Year and is setting goals to make 2016 his best year yet! I’m … Continue reading 10 Strength Exercises for Skiers and Snowboarders
As a physical therapist, I’m specialized in high-level sports rehab but a greater percentage of my job, in treating the … Continue reading Beware: This is a Tear Jerker
Functional movement is the type of movement that allows for a purpose (ability to do activities of daily living like … Continue reading Functional Movement and Patterns of Movement
For those who don’t know, I went to Northeastern Unversity (Go Huskies, Go NU) for my physical therapy degree. As … Continue reading Go NU
Have you ever been told you need to stretch more by your doctor, family, or a professional? Were you aware … Continue reading Static versus Dynamic Stretching
Ever hear of those lucky few who eat what they want (or at least relatively healthy) and just stay the … Continue reading Yes, You Should Strength Train
I came across this article on Facebook from ESPN. Amazing futuristic sport preventive care is on its way. I couldn’t … Continue reading Prevention is the Best Medicine
I am going to blast you with 5 reasons you should be incorporating full-body workouts into your routine! 1. Lower … Continue reading 5 Reasons to do Full-Body Workouts