Category Archives: rehabilitation

Whiplash is Not Just an Awesome Song From Metallica or Mickey Rourke’s Character in Ironman 2

Don’t get me wrong, I have been an Iroman fan since I was a kid (I even collected Ironman comic books and still have them in storage) and…I have been thrashing to Metallica since the 7th grade when I bought the ride the Lightening cassette But feel free to download Whiplash if you are looking […]
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Not Again! An Integrated Assessment and Corrective Exercise Program Could Have Saved This Pitcher

I got excited to see an MD use the term “Kinetic Chain”, then I realized that it was a cruel joke. I came across this article that addressed an injury to St.Luis Cardinals player Chris Carpenter. “Just as Cardinal fans were rejoicing the return of a healthy Chris Carpenter after two years, he has returned […]
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Headaches, Neck Pain, Back Pain and One Corrective Exercise

Functional Consequences of prolonged cervical protraction (forward head position) Ouch! Unfortunately this is what too many people look like at work. I know I do from time to time when I get lazy! This post will touch on forward head posture and the video will touch on a great practical solution to help to re-teach […]
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Headaches, Neck Pain, Back Pain and One Corrective Exercise

Functional Consequences of prolonged cervical protraction (forward head position) Ouch! Unfortunately this is what too many people look like at work. I know I do from time to time when I get lazy! This post will touch on forward head posture and the video will touch on a great practical solution to help to re-teach […]
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Plantar Fasciitis Treatment or Corrective Exercise? Does it "Feel Better" or is it "Getting" Better?

There is so much information out there for patients, clients and athletes to access and probably even more for practitioners serving them. It easy easy to be critical of most of it since in most cases, practitioners are honestly trying to help others, except for those trying to make a quick buck! I received and […]
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