Animal Flow Level 1 Certification Workshop

August 10th, 2017

We are proud to bring this amazing workshop to our community on May 5-6, 2018.  The course will be hosted at our Cherry Hill, NJ facility and is the first time it’s being offered in the Philadelphia area. This course is where you can learn the popular and incredibly effective new workout practice, taking the

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The Pain Game

July 17th, 2017

Patients often come in with pain being the center of their life, with it dominating all aspects. It kills me every time, because this isn’t the way things have to be. The way the medical profession has handled pain over the last twenty years hasn’t done much to help things. Instead of discussing pain, acknowledging

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Understanding the Basic Runner’s Pose

May 23rd, 2017

In my last article, I talked about how running form is so important to runners but didn’t delve into what that form consists of. Let’s take a deeper look at what runners need to work on to become more efficient and prevent injuries. During a run, every single person will do three things: They will

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Running Is a Skilled Sport – and It Should Be Treated Like One

May 16th, 2017

Yes, I’m aware of how silly that sounds. And I’m especially aware of that because I transitioned into a runner 13 years ago, when it became apparent that I no longer had the hand-eye coordination and athleticism to keep up with my peers. But as research has been conducted and performance has been analyzed, it

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Hamstring Injuries – Incidence and Treatment

March 10th, 2017

Hamstring injuries can be a challenge to both the athlete and therapist when attempting to rehabilitate, recover, and return to prior activity level. This is due in part to a number of factors including the high incidence rate of this type of injury, slow healing process, and persistent symptoms. It has been found that nearly

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