Whatever you may be preparing for – whether it’s a competition, big game, recital, marathon, or anything else along those lines – it’s no secret that the training is extensive. With any athletic feat, you have to train your muscles and tissues to perform in the ways you want them to. Inevitably, this can lead
Click HERE to check out the February 2019 Edition of The Training Room Bulletin. Staying Active and Avoiding Injuries Patient Spotlight Are You Keeping Up With Your Resolutions? Tips For Better Heart Health 15 Year Anniversary Celebration – Free Evaluations! Enjoy!
1. Perform a proper warm up If you’re a player who doesn’t perform a proper warm-up you’re putting yourself at a serious disadvantage on the field. You won’t be as fast and explosive and you’re unnecessarily increasing your risk of an injury. Don’t just get to the field and start throwing as hard as possible.
Is pain affecting your quality of life and limiting your abilities with daily tasks or work responsibilities? Or is pain affecting your ability to workout, run, or participate in the activities you enjoy? Already tried pain medications and injections but to no relief? Attempting to avoid surgery? Try physical therapy! Physical therapists are doctorate-level trained,
9 Causes of Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis You Most Likely Have Never Thought Of By Mandy Huggard, DPT, PT, ATC, CSCS Plantar fasciitis is an injury to connective tissue on the bottom of the foot. To appreciate the causes of plantar fasciitis, the function of this tissue must be understood, particularly as it pertains to
Running is arguably the most popular form of cardiovascular fitness activities performed today. It is performed by every level of athlete whether you’re an average Joe or a high level professional athlete. Incidence statistics show that between 70-90% of ALL runners sustain an injury at some point throughout their training. Knee pain is the most
Here are some great mobility tips from one of our awesome Doctor’s of Physical Therapy, Matt Hinsey! Mobility/Soft-Tissue Work Having the necessary mobility of muscles and joints allows us to function through our body’s full range of motion to move (and EXERCISE!) more efficiently decreasing undue stress to our muscles and joints. Limited mobility also
August marks the end of the summer and the return of the fall sports season. As athletes have started to prepare for their season with preseason practices and training camps, injuries begin to plague the teams. Our goal at The Training Room Physical Therapy and Performance is for athletes to enjoy and excel in healthy