The following video tutorial will instruct you through the Corrective Exercise Program for the neuromuscular dysfunctions contributing to Lower Back Pain(LBP). LBP(postural syndrome) can result from the muscles that support the ribs, sternum, and pelvis being underactive during the sitting position which can reflect in poor muscle tone which requires the muscles that support the…...
This video tutorial will walk you through a Corrective Exercise Program that will help with the neuromuscular dysfunctions leading to Anterior Knee Pain. Anyone who has experienced knee pain or injury, understands how important the function of the knee joint is. Improper movement of the knee joint can contribute to other dysfunctions, such as lower…...
This video tutorial will walk you through the Corrective Exercise Program to help correct the neuromuscular dysfunctions contributing to Plantar Fasciitis. Understanding that the foot and ankle complex has the greatest contributing factor to the Human Movement System, hence the greatest influence on each of the systems that Clark et al (2011) describe, any arthrokinomatic…...
Sports conditioning for children, which in context of this paper, represent prepubescent and teenage boys and girls, has been a question of the dangers and effectiveness of a child engaging in cardiovascular and resistance training during their growing years, which according to Powers and Howley, stops around the age of 18-20. The difficulty in addressing […]
The adequate amount of protein intake for an athlete who trains regularly in resistance and cardiovascular endurance, according to the USRDA and backed by a study from the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism (2007), is approximately 1.2 to 1.7 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight (4). Campbell et al (2007) […]
Client is a 38 year old teacher and part time baseball coach who experiences bilateral calf tightness and plantar fasciitis. Client engages in running several times per week and likes to enter and complete local 5k and 10k runs. Client has had 2 right shoulder surgeries to repair his rotator cuff. He has also had […]
This client is fairly active, a male, 44 years old, married, children and full time job that requires a large amount of time in front of a computer. Outside of work he enjoys running on average 3-5 miles 3-4 times per week. Throughout the years, has experienced increasing pressure on the right knee more specifically, […]
Whether it’s looking down at our phone, at the screen in front of us, or just the effects of prolonged forward head posture, it is evident that we are altering the positioning of our spines, thus creating a neuromuscular dysfunction all along our Kinetic Chain of movement. This altered posture is creating an ever growing […]
Breaking down the biomechanics of the baseball swing, we must first begin in the neutral stance, just a baseball player awaits the pitch. A player’s lower torso is positioned so that the knees are slightly in a flexed position(~45 degrees), which would occur in the sagittal plane in an isometric muscle contraction. To help provide […]
Happy Dr. Martin Luther King day, honoring a man who lived his life with purpose fighting for change. Starting my #mondaymotivation is was definitely not easy today. 2 days ago I completed my first outdoor run, and made it 1.75 miles lugging around this 220lb frame. It amazes me how much having that extra 20lbs […]