Understanding Repetitive Strain Injuries

June 23rd, 2017

When Pain Doesn’t Make Sense:  Understanding Repetitive Strain Injuries Most people associate muscle or joint pain with some type of trauma or accident. This type of injury is classified as a traumatic injury, and, although unfortunate, at least makes sense to most people. The pain can be linked back to some incident or event. However,

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The Squat Test – Assessment and Correction of Movement Dysfunction

June 22nd, 2017

The squat is a basic, fundamental movement pattern that involves the lowering and raising of our body weight towards and away from the ground.  This is a complex, multi-joint movement that involves adequate strength, flexibility, and coordination at the foot, ankle, knee, hip, and pelvis.  The squat pattern is a valuable assessment tool for uncovering

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