What Shoe Talkin’ Bout? A Guide to Picking and Prescribing Footwear.

It’s safe to say the world of running has been an ever-changing one. But the running shoe itself is somewhat of a newer invention that has evolved drastically, specifically over the last several decades. Whether ultra cushioned or minimalist, stability or neutral, modifications have been praised, cursed, and recreated drastically over the years, each with […]

Baker’s Cyst. Swelling Behind My Knee.

  I fight the urge to sing the notorious hit “I Wan’t It That Way” by the Backstreet Boys as I start to write nearly EVERY article… “Tell me why?!?” Swelling behind the knee is a common finding, often labeled as a Baker’s Cyst (or Popliteal Cyst). Sometimes it is accompanied by pain and sometimes it […]

Why Glute Bridges Aren’t Fixing Your Back Pain.

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Discussions about the role of the glutes in reducing back pain are an endless commodity on the internet. Still, I see a lot of patients that do glute bridges until they pass out. Hoping each day that their next glute bridge will be the one that changes their life! Unfortunately, a basic understanding of exercise […]

2 Rehab Keys. Capacity & Skill.

Capacity and skill are crucial components when rehabbing any injury. Capacity entails flexibility, endurance and strength. Ensuring proper capacity with any activity and proper skill can make all the difference. We discuss more in a recent blog called “One common myth that will keep you in pain.”

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