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A Review of Core Stability Training in Rehab: Facts, Fallacies and Future Directions

Over the last two decades one of the most popular forms of exercise in the health and fitness industry is core stability training. While the…

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Principles > Methods – The 6 Key Ingredients of Rehabilitation

The following blog was written by Jarred Boyd (PT, DPT, ATC, SCS, CSCS) and Anthony Iannarino (PT, DPT, PRC, CSCS). INTRODUCTION There is not a…

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Running is Rehab: The doing is the fixing when it comes to recovery from injury and pain

Part 1: Running is Rehab: why running is part of the “fixing” In Lehman’s Terms: When you are injured a primary component of recovery should…

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Can running gait retraining for injury also help efficiency?

Today’s post is an in-depth overview of new research in gait retraining adapted from our Cutting Edge Clinicians Newsletter. It’s a free resource and over…

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Dual Tasking – Why Would I Intentionally Distract My Patient?

In our data and media-driven world, the concept of multitasking has regressed from being perceived to be a character trait or capacity of “strength”, to…

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How Much Should You Train During Injury?

Most of the issues I deal with when managing people with injuries stem from them not having the right information. You can find the heart…

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Proximal Rectus Femoris Rehab Ideas

I recently published this video to discuss some rehabilitation ideas for proximal rectus femoris injuries and the response has been fantastic. However, a common question that…

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Calf muscle rehabilitation post Achilles tendon rupture

The optimal treatment for every individual patient with an Achilles tendon rupture is still unknown. The incidence of Achilles tendon ruptures is rising and is…

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Why Quads Matter in ACL Rehabilitation

As a person works their way through ACL rehabilitation on their way back to sport, there are so many things that they need to check…

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