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Movin’ on Up to the Big Field

Movin’ on Up to the Big Field

Moving from 8th to 9th grade is a huge step in a student’s life. Not only does one have to get used to being a high schooler and adjusting to new classes, but for the baseball player, there is another big adjustment to be made – transitioning to the “big...

Bio-Feedback Training

Bio-Feedback Training

You have probably heard time and time again posture is important. What happens if your body has “forgotten” what normal posture is? This can happen for a variety of reasons such as whiplash after a car accident, acute back pain and and...

Pediatric Physical Therapy

Pediatric Physical Therapy

Physical therapists have a strong knowledge base of anatomy and movement. They perform assessments to recognize dysfunctions in almost every system of the body and provide interventions to promote optimal physical function and health. Often times, physical therapists...

Tendinopathy

Tendinopathy

What is Tendinopathy? Tendinopathy is the broad term used to describe pain at or along the insertion of muscle into the bone. Tendons are what connect our muscles to the bone and often times we can strain or injure the tendons. When injury occurs to the tendon we call...

Fultz injury

Fultz injury

How bad is the Fultz injury? Markelle Fultz is the latest Sixers rookie to be injured before ever playing a game for the team. If anyone else was watching the summer league to see what the #1 overall pick looked like, you probably saw and gasped when he landed on...

The Top 5 Tips for Better Posture

The Top 5 Tips for Better Posture

These are the top 5 Tips for Better Posture: 1. Embrace your curves!   Spine has normal curvatures that help to maximize your muscles ability to stabilize and position your spine in the least shearing or compressive positions. Using something like a Lumbar Pillow...