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Month: June 2019

Return to Sport & Activity: Reloading The Athlete

We have talked about how strength and conditioning fits into the rehab process. We have talked about how to increase load over time to increase capacity for sport and activity. So how do we add load in a way that makes sense? How do we consistently progress types of demands that challenge an athlete without…
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Load vs. Capacity: Rehab Progression

If we knew nothing else about rehab, but knew the concept of load vs. capacity, we could take patients, clients, and athletes all the way from injury or post surgery back to sport. There are so many concepts that floating around in rehab. Most geared around what is right. Or what is more right than…
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Instability: Active vs. Passive

Case Study Follow Up: Misdiagnosed with passive instability. Just because true instability is not present does not mean movement patterns are normal. An over-stable joint, or joint with limited joint mobility, can create true instabilities if left unchecked. This video is a follow up on an athlete from a previous video. An MRI was prescribed…
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Early Diagnostic Imaging: Case Study

Taking a solid history, moving methodically through functional movement testing and special tests are what drive an accurate diagnosis. Diagnosis drives an accurate treatment. And accurate treatment drives best patient results and outcomes. When diagnosis is left up to imaging of anatomy alone, because of early diagnostic imaging, it is easy to come up with…
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Myth Buster: Sciatica & Low Back Pain

Pain in the Low Back is not always Low Back Pain. Low back pain is one of the most common pain sites. As an added bonus a lot of people are getting pain down into their hips, thighs, and sometimes all the way to the foot. Pain travelling down the leg is classically taught as…
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