Strength Training for Youth Athletes

As a parent or coach, you may wonder when it’s safe for youth athletes to begin strength training. You may also wonder what exercises should be done and how often athletes should strength train.

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Find the Best Running Shoe for You

Running form, along with foot and ankle mechanics, play a big role in finding the right shoes.

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Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo is one of the most common dizziness conditions that are referred to Physical Therapy for treatment.

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Alleviate Headaches With Physical Therapy

Up to 47% of the adult population experiences headaches in their lifetime.

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Shoveling Safety Tips

If you’re not careful, shoveling your driveway and sidewalks could lead to injury.

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Ice Baths: Try It or Skip It?

Whether you're a pro or a pro at heart, ice baths are a great way to help your body recover from strenuous physical activity.

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Four Offseason Training Goals

Offseason training is an important part of an athlete’s development and can ultimately impact in-season performance and health.

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The Role of Regenerative Medicine in Sports Medicine

When a sports injury is unlikely to heal with traditional non-surgical treatments, such as rest, bracing and physical therapy, a doctor may recommend a regenerative medicine treatment.

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Article Review: Blood Flow Restriction Training in Clinical Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

Low-load strengthening exercises with Blood Flow Restriction is more beneficial than low-load strengthening alone.

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Why Every Athlete Needs a Transition Phase

Eventually it’s time for the offseason, which often leaves athletes wondering, now what?

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