Exploring Treatment Options for Lateral Epicondylitis
Despite its nickname ‘tennis elbow,’ a relatively small percentage of lateral epicondylitis cases result from actually playing a racket sport. […]
Thank You, Athletic Trainers!
Every March, the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) spreads the message about the important work of Athletic Trainers everywhere (1). […]
Isotonic Muscle Loading – Why it Matters for Your Patients
Isotonic Muscle Loading. What exactly is it? Why is it so important to function for all of your patients – from activities of daily living, to work, and to sport? Let’s take a deeper dive into Isotonics, and explore how clinicians can harness it…
I Have “Bursitis.” So What Does That Mean?
There are many times in life where we physically just can no longer tolerate discomfort or pain associated with activities of daily living (ADL) or sports activities. This can be a result of Bursitis. In this post we will discuss exactly what Bursitis and what you can do about it.
It’s Time to Grow Your Clinic – New Services
Adding new services to the therapeutic offering of your clinic is a high risk, high reward approach to growing your clinic. High risk because it requires a significant investment of time and resources to pave the way for delivering a new service. High reward because it opens a stream of patient referrals sources…
Open vs Closed Kinetic Chain?
Should I be doing open kinetic chain (OKC) or closed kinetic chain (CKC) exercises with this particular patient? Certainly, there are advantages to both and we will briefly discuss those in this blog.