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So mom, this is “supine”, right? Zane loves the anatomy posters on the walls and laying on mom’s treatment table. He’s probably going to be one of the only kids in his preschool class who knows what a femur is and can properly locate his scaphoid 🤷🏼‍♀️ 😆 #mommysachiropractor #daddysinsportmedicine #thatsnotyourkneecapitsyourpatella #smartkidproblems

So mom, this is “supine”, right? Zane loves the anatomy posters on the walls and laying on mom’s treatment table. He’s probably going to be one of the only kids in his preschool class who knows what a femur is and can properly locate his scaphoid 🤷🏼‍♀️ 😆 #mommysachiropractor #daddysinsportmedicine #thatsnotyourkneecapitsyourpatella #smartkidproblems

22 4 1 hour ago
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Sistema a bateria Conmed para pequeno e micro cortes ósseos !
#techmedicalbr #hospitalbelvedere #cirurgiadamao #cirurgiadopé #sbotmg #conmed #sbcp #sbcm #buco #bucomaxilofacial #craneomaxilofacial #Repost @conmedcorporation with @get_repost
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Unleash your precision with CONMED's MicroFree™ Cordless Small Bone Power System

#orthopedicsurgery #orthopedicsurgeon #orthopedics #orthopaedics #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #hall #hallpower #microfree #conmed #surgery

3 0 1 hour ago
It was a great day for some rugby! The OWL women’s championship game featuring Branford versus Guelph. There were a few serious muscle strains, likely related to the extreme heat on the pitch. Extreme heat can cause muscle cramping and when an already tense muscle is put under load, muscle strains are much more likely. It is of great importance to stay hydrated with both water and electrolytes on such high temperature days. For your event coverage or to book an appointment with one of our practitioners call 4162525776 or email jacquelyn@lpsm.ca #athletictherapy #athletictherapist #massage #massagetherapy #massagetherapist #physiotherapy #physiotherapist #pedorthist #dietitian #sportsdietitian #orthotics #fitnessclasses #etobicoke #mississauga #toronto #vaughan #portcredit #mimico #humberbay #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #injuryrehab #injuryrecovery #injuryprevention #sportsinjury #rugbyontario #fletchersfields #championshipmatch

It was a great day for some rugby! The OWL women’s championship game featuring Branford versus Guelph. There were a few serious muscle strains, likely related to the extreme heat on the pitch. Extreme heat can cause muscle cramping and when an already tense muscle is put under load, muscle strains are much more likely. It is of great importance to stay hydrated with both water and electrolytes on such high temperature days. For your event coverage or to book an appointment with one of our practitioners call 4162525776 or email jacquelyn@lpsm.ca #athletictherapy #athletictherapist #massage #massagetherapy #massagetherapist #physiotherapy #physiotherapist #pedorthist #dietitian #sportsdietitian #orthotics #fitnessclasses #etobicoke #mississauga #toronto #vaughan #portcredit #mimico #humberbay #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #injuryrehab #injuryrecovery #injuryprevention #sportsinjury #rugbyontario #fletchersfields #championshipmatch

7 0 1 hour ago
🔥Summer Spotlight🔥
Cortney, one of our rising Juniors, spent the summer interning with @vt_sportsmed with their football team. 🏈
During her time at Virginia Tech, Cortney helped with the treatment & rehab of athletes, accompanied athletes to doctors appointments, performed concussion baselines to help with VT’s concussion research, and helped to conduct physicals. 
In addition, she was in charge of medical supervision of the Kevin Jones Youth Football Camp and worked the Robie Wrestling Camp. 
We are proud of you and can’t wait to see you thrive this year!🔥
#athletictraining #athletictrainingstudent #begreAT #ATimpact #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #atsarehealthcare

🔥Summer Spotlight🔥
Cortney, one of our rising Juniors, spent the summer interning with @vt_sportsmed with their football team. 🏈
During her time at Virginia Tech, Cortney helped with the treatment & rehab of athletes, accompanied athletes to doctors appointments, performed concussion baselines to help with VT’s concussion research, and helped to conduct physicals.
In addition, she was in charge of medical supervision of the Kevin Jones Youth Football Camp and worked the Robie Wrestling Camp.
We are proud of you and can’t wait to see you thrive this year!🔥
#athletictraining #athletictrainingstudent #begreAT #ATimpact #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #atsarehealthcare

26 1 2 hours ago
NEVER STOP LEARNING!!
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I am almost 35 years old and have been an #athletictrainer for 12 yrs and I STILL learn things!
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I woke up this morning with zero agenda (thankfully I am not an #AT with football right now) and after going to bed kinda late was surprised when I woke up at 7:05 (actually, not that surprised because #plexus 😂)! I got on FB and saw a colleague post that she was presenting this morning at 8:40 down the street at Emory on #gymnasticsmedicine so I threw on some clothes and went! I am so glad I did! It was the inaugural conference on female athletes put on by Emory and a great MD that I’ve met throughout the years here on Atlanta. I soaked it ALL up, especially after my trip to Boston earlier this summer. I met some other ATs and 2 fellows as well #expandingyournetwork
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All of this to say, I got SO MUCH out of it. So whether your favorite thing to do is read, watch, listen or do, make sure you never stop learning “it.”
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What is your favorite thing to do to continue to learn??? Are you a reader? Enjoy going to conferences or listening to lectures? What about hands on activities that stretch your brain? Comment below!
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#dancemedicine #gymnastics #femaleathlete #femaleathletemedicine #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #ATlife #continuingeducation #strongwomen #smartwomen #mutlidisciplinarymedicine

NEVER STOP LEARNING!!
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I am almost 35 years old and have been an #athletictrainer for 12 yrs and I STILL learn things!
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I woke up this morning with zero agenda (thankfully I am not an #AT with football right now) and after going to bed kinda late was surprised when I woke up at 7:05 (actually, not that surprised because #plexus 😂)! I got on FB and saw a colleague post that she was presenting this morning at 8:40 down the street at Emory on #gymnasticsmedicine so I threw on some clothes and went! I am so glad I did! It was the inaugural conference on female athletes put on by Emory and a great MD that I’ve met throughout the years here on Atlanta. I soaked it ALL up, especially after my trip to Boston earlier this summer. I met some other ATs and 2 fellows as well #expandingyournetwork
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All of this to say, I got SO MUCH out of it. So whether your favorite thing to do is read, watch, listen or do, make sure you never stop learning “it.”
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What is your favorite thing to do to continue to learn??? Are you a reader? Enjoy going to conferences or listening to lectures? What about hands on activities that stretch your brain? Comment below!
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#dancemedicine #gymnastics #femaleathlete #femaleathletemedicine #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #ATlife #continuingeducation #strongwomen #smartwomen #mutlidisciplinarymedicine

4 1 3 hours ago
Yesterday marked the last day of @dr_sacks clinical rotation at @mavencenter as well as @e_joy_life graduation from T3 Maven Project!

Many DPT students have passed through Maven’s doors and we always strive to make an impact on their view of the physical therapy profession and open their eyes to what it can and should be. There are some things you just can’t learn from a book, only through practice. We had a great 8 weeks with Troy and we hope he enjoyed his time at Maven as much as we did! We know he will succeed no matter where his career takes him.

What can I say about Erica that hasn’t already been said before? She’s a beast, one of a kind, and a wonderful human being. I had the privilege to coach her again, this time for 6 weeks through the T3 project. I know that the changes she’s gone through during this time will serve her well and continue to push her through to reach her full potential! Thank you @taylormaven for having the confidence in me to not only lead students in the clinic, but also in changing peoples’ lives through the Maven Project!

Yesterday marked the last day of @dr_sacks clinical rotation at @mavencenter as well as @e_joy_life graduation from T3 Maven Project!

Many DPT students have passed through Maven’s doors and we always strive to make an impact on their view of the physical therapy profession and open their eyes to what it can and should be. There are some things you just can’t learn from a book, only through practice. We had a great 8 weeks with Troy and we hope he enjoyed his time at Maven as much as we did! We know he will succeed no matter where his career takes him.

What can I say about Erica that hasn’t already been said before? She’s a beast, one of a kind, and a wonderful human being. I had the privilege to coach her again, this time for 6 weeks through the T3 project. I know that the changes she’s gone through during this time will serve her well and continue to push her through to reach her full potential! Thank you @taylormaven for having the confidence in me to not only lead students in the clinic, but also in changing peoples’ lives through the Maven Project!

17 4 4 hours ago
🚨SUMO DEADLIFT TECHNIQUE🚨
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🎥✍🏻 by @squat_university. Here are some tips to perfect your sumo deadlift technique from one of the best in the game, Stefi Cohen @steficohen.
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1️⃣ As you approach the barbell, assume a stance outside shoulder width and check your foot position. Your toes should be slightly angled out around 45 degrees towards the plates. 2️⃣ Next, pull yourself down to the bar until your shins stack perpendicular to the ground when viewed from the front. 3️⃣ Then, think “chest up” so that from a side view your shoulder should be directly in line with your wrists and the barbell.
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❌ A common mistake is to position the hips too low during the initial set up. ✅ To help find the ideal starting position, do a very slow eccentric deadlift lower and where the bar hits the ground is where you should set up to start your next lift.
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❌ If you allow your chest to fall forward as you pull, or allow the knees to lock out too soon, you will drain the power you create from your legs and increase the demand of finishing the pull to the extensors of the back – decreasing the overall efficiency of the sumo technique. ✅ Instead think about your hips as the fulcrum from which everything moves. Drive your legs into the ground as you pull pull up on the bar.
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Shout out to Dr. Stefi Cohen @steficohen for the collaboration in making this video (if you don’t follow her already - get on it). Also thank you to @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼
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❤️TAG and SHARE with friends to improve their deadlift technique and maximize gains❤️

🚨SUMO DEADLIFT TECHNIQUE🚨

🎥✍🏻 by @squat_university. Here are some tips to perfect your sumo deadlift technique from one of the best in the game, Stefi Cohen @steficohen.

1️⃣ As you approach the barbell, assume a stance outside shoulder width and check your foot position. Your toes should be slightly angled out around 45 degrees towards the plates. 2️⃣ Next, pull yourself down to the bar until your shins stack perpendicular to the ground when viewed from the front. 3️⃣ Then, think “chest up” so that from a side view your shoulder should be directly in line with your wrists and the barbell.
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❌ A common mistake is to position the hips too low during the initial set up. ✅ To help find the ideal starting position, do a very slow eccentric deadlift lower and where the bar hits the ground is where you should set up to start your next lift.
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❌ If you allow your chest to fall forward as you pull, or allow the knees to lock out too soon, you will drain the power you create from your legs and increase the demand of finishing the pull to the extensors of the back – decreasing the overall efficiency of the sumo technique. ✅ Instead think about your hips as the fulcrum from which everything moves. Drive your legs into the ground as you pull pull up on the bar.

Shout out to Dr. Stefi Cohen @steficohen for the collaboration in making this video (if you don’t follow her already - get on it). Also thank you to @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body🙏🏼
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❤️TAG and SHARE with friends to improve their deadlift technique and maximize gains❤️

552 4 5 hours ago
This is a home exercise program I gave to a patient with chronic neck pain. This particular patient gets pain when sitting using a laptop and occasionally when doing a challenging upper extremity exercise at the gym.

In our assessment we looked at the range of motion, strength and coordination of her neck upper back and shoulders. This allowed me to hone in on the biggest need and form a hypothesis as to why they were feeling pain. As it turned out, she had diminished strength in her shoulder blade muscles and poor coordination of her deep neck flexors. This was leading to overuse and pain of her levator scapula, a muscle in the shoulder blade region. 
This home exercise program has three major intentions: 
1. Relax the upper trap and levator scapula
2. Improve strength in the shoulder blade squeezing muscles
3. Enhance awareness of the “core” of the neck

#PT #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapist #butt #core #neck #mobility #backpain #sportsmed  #hippain #fai  #treatyoself #hipimpingement #getptfirst #dc #health #fitness #washingtondc #shoulders #neckpain

This is a home exercise program I gave to a patient with chronic neck pain. This particular patient gets pain when sitting using a laptop and occasionally when doing a challenging upper extremity exercise at the gym.

In our assessment we looked at the range of motion, strength and coordination of her neck upper back and shoulders. This allowed me to hone in on the biggest need and form a hypothesis as to why they were feeling pain. As it turned out, she had diminished strength in her shoulder blade muscles and poor coordination of her deep neck flexors. This was leading to overuse and pain of her levator scapula, a muscle in the shoulder blade region.
This home exercise program has three major intentions:
1. Relax the upper trap and levator scapula
2. Improve strength in the shoulder blade squeezing muscles
3. Enhance awareness of the “core” of the neck

#PT #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapist #butt #core #neck #mobility #backpain #sportsmed #hippain #fai #treatyoself #hipimpingement #getptfirst #dc #health #fitness #washingtondc #shoulders #neckpain

12 0 7 hours ago
Tag @michaelbjordan !!!👏

Tag @michaelbjordan !!!👏

9 1 7 hours ago
This week marks my 4 year anniversary at Columbia Orthopedics! How time has flown. I still remember taking this video. I was so stiff and nervous with the camera on me I couldn’t find a still image where I was smiling 😂
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If you would have asked me 10 years ago where I would be or what I would be doing I would have described something very different... and I am so glad I allowed this reality to happen. Now, I wouldn’t change being a Sports Medicine Physician for the world.
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I did a Sports Medicine #fellowship after my Emergency Medicine #residency because I wanted an “option” to transition out of the Emergency Room in the future. In residency I loved EM but quickly noticed that I had a harder than the average time switching between night and day shifts and often left shifts late and stressed. After years of loving the medicine of EM but not the actual job, I knew I had to see what else I was interested in. As a former athlete who loves taking care of acute injuries and doing tons of procedures, sports medicine was a natural fit for me. 
Thankfully Columbia let me split my time and work in both departments and I have found a mix of practice that works for me.

This week marks my 4 year anniversary at Columbia Orthopedics! How time has flown. I still remember taking this video. I was so stiff and nervous with the camera on me I couldn’t find a still image where I was smiling 😂
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If you would have asked me 10 years ago where I would be or what I would be doing I would have described something very different... and I am so glad I allowed this reality to happen. Now, I wouldn’t change being a Sports Medicine Physician for the world.
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I did a Sports Medicine #fellowship after my Emergency Medicine #residency because I wanted an “option” to transition out of the Emergency Room in the future. In residency I loved EM but quickly noticed that I had a harder than the average time switching between night and day shifts and often left shifts late and stressed. After years of loving the medicine of EM but not the actual job, I knew I had to see what else I was interested in. As a former athlete who loves taking care of acute injuries and doing tons of procedures, sports medicine was a natural fit for me.
Thankfully Columbia let me split my time and work in both departments and I have found a mix of practice that works for me.

111 7 9 hours ago
Athletic Trainers provide healthcare services to all sports, even taekwondo. Every athlete and physically active individual should have access to AT services. Photo at 2019 California State Taekwondo Championships. Thank you @scottleeatc for sharing! #atc #at #athletictrainer #theathletictrainer #healthcare #athlete #sport #sportsmed #sportsmedicine #injuries #injuryprevention #acuteinjury #acutecare #advocate #nata #boc #certified #licensed #registered

Athletic Trainers provide healthcare services to all sports, even taekwondo. Every athlete and physically active individual should have access to AT services. Photo at 2019 California State Taekwondo Championships. Thank you @scottleeatc for sharing! #atc #at #athletictrainer #theathletictrainer #healthcare #athlete #sport #sportsmed #sportsmedicine #injuries #injuryprevention #acuteinjury #acutecare #advocate #nata #boc #certified #licensed #registered

6 1 9 hours ago
FUERZA ES SALUD. •

Investigación (Castro-Piñero et al. 2019) nos muestra una asociación entre bajos niveles de fuerza y el riesgo de enfermedad cardiovascular en niños/as de 6 a 16 años (n:511). •

Lo interesante del estudio es que nos da "puntos de corte" (imagen 1). Un bajo desempeño en pruebas de fuerza de empuñadura (hand grip) o de salto horizontal puede estar asociado a mayor riesgo de contraer enfermedad cardiovascular a corto y a mediano plazo... •

#sportscience #sportsmed #exercise #ejercicio #training #strength #hipertrofia #hypertrophy #strengthkids #force #fuerza #entrenamiento #children #handgrip #health #gefientrenamiento

FUERZA ES SALUD. •

Investigación (Castro-Piñero et al. 2019) nos muestra una asociación entre bajos niveles de fuerza y el riesgo de enfermedad cardiovascular en niños/as de 6 a 16 años (n:511). •

Lo interesante del estudio es que nos da "puntos de corte" (imagen 1). Un bajo desempeño en pruebas de fuerza de empuñadura (hand grip) o de salto horizontal puede estar asociado a mayor riesgo de contraer enfermedad cardiovascular a corto y a mediano plazo... •

#sportscience #sportsmed #exercise #ejercicio #training #strength #hipertrofia #hypertrophy #strengthkids #force #fuerza #entrenamiento #children #handgrip #health #gefientrenamiento

13 0 11 hours ago
We almost always talk the need for dorsiflexion when we squat, but we rarely talk about how important plantarflexion is. Plantarflexion is equally important for ankle mobility and function. When you try these drills really try to focus on keeping your toes in line with your shin. Don’t let your ankles roll to the inside or outside for the best effect.

We almost always talk the need for dorsiflexion when we squat, but we rarely talk about how important plantarflexion is. Plantarflexion is equally important for ankle mobility and function. When you try these drills really try to focus on keeping your toes in line with your shin. Don’t let your ankles roll to the inside or outside for the best effect.

25 5 11 hours ago
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#orthopedicsurgery #orthopedicsurgeon #orthopedics #orthopaedics #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #hall #hallpower #microfree #conmed #surgery

Unleash your precision with CONMED's MicroFree™ Cordless Small Bone Power System

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14 1 11 hours ago
Frattura triplanare metepifisi distale della tibia in un ragazzino di 14 anni  trattamento chirurgico artroscopico assistito.
Scarico per 5 settimane , mobilizzazioni della caviglia attive e passive da subito.
#sportsmed #sportinjury #anklefracture #orthopaedic #ortopedia #borgotaro #otb #arthroscopy #sportsmedicineathletics

Frattura triplanare metepifisi distale della tibia in un ragazzino di 14 anni trattamento chirurgico artroscopico assistito.
Scarico per 5 settimane , mobilizzazioni della caviglia attive e passive da subito.
#sportsmed #sportinjury #anklefracture #orthopaedic #ortopedia #borgotaro #otb #arthroscopy #sportsmedicineathletics

78 2 16 hours ago
#futurePAfriday 
I don’t know it that is a thing but we should make it👍🏻
#happyfriday pre pa fam.
Had a fun clinic with @asimk22 shadowing.
Keep up the awesome work man. We pretty much have the same path of: sports, sports med undergrad, consider PT and then to PA.
Keep at. You will be there before you know it. 
Remember friends; it’s all about networking 🙌

#shadowing 
#prepa 
#premed 
#futurepa 
#futureofmedicine
#sportsmed 
#sportsinjuries
#aclsurgery 
#mentor 
#goaldriven

#futurePAfriday
I don’t know it that is a thing but we should make it👍🏻
#happyfriday pre pa fam.
Had a fun clinic with @asimk22 shadowing.
Keep up the awesome work man. We pretty much have the same path of: sports, sports med undergrad, consider PT and then to PA.
Keep at. You will be there before you know it.
Remember friends; it’s all about networking 🙌

#shadowing
#prepa
#premed
#futurepa
#futureofmedicine
#sportsmed
#sportsinjuries
#aclsurgery
#mentor
#goaldriven

197 3 23 hours ago
Solid workout with some of the dudes from @railsidecrossfit we cut some of the reps and did it individually instead of team.
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12 min total
-Part 1- 8 min cap
40 ttb
20 clean @ 135
30 ttb
10 clean @ 185
100 DU
Part 2
4 min to get 1 rm clean
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No video so theres no proof that we really did it though.
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#crossfit #fitness #barbell #barbellchiro #sportsmed #workout #railside

Solid workout with some of the dudes from @railsidecrossfit we cut some of the reps and did it individually instead of team.
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12 min total
-Part 1- 8 min cap
40 ttb
20 clean @ 135
30 ttb
10 clean @ 185
100 DU
Part 2
4 min to get 1 rm clean
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No video so theres no proof that we really did it though.
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#crossfit #fitness #barbell #barbellchiro #sportsmed #workout #railside

13 0 17 August, 2019
This is what happens when your patient knows that you MUST have marshmallows in your afternoon hot chocolate! What a way to end a Friday! .
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#hotchocolate #marshmallows #friyay #drnomes #patientkindness #gp #generalpractice #generalpractitioner #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #psychology #gleniris @giorgios_restaurant

This is what happens when your patient knows that you MUST have marshmallows in your afternoon hot chocolate! What a way to end a Friday! .
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#hotchocolate #marshmallows #friyay #drnomes #patientkindness #gp #generalpractice #generalpractitioner #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #psychology #gleniris @giorgios_restaurant

12 1 17 August, 2019
💪POWERLIFTING 💪.
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Good luck to Orillia Sports Medicine’s very own Strength Coach, ALEX MARSHALL, and 2 of our very own powerlifting athletes @ponytailpowerlifter and @c_palfrey at their upcoming powerlifting competition in Saguenay, Quebec this weekend. .
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#powerlifting #strong #girlstrong #orillia #sportsmedicine #athletictherapy #lifting #strengthcoach #girlswholift #sportsmed #cpucentrals #cpu #OPA #bench #squat #deadlift

💪POWERLIFTING 💪.
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Good luck to Orillia Sports Medicine’s very own Strength Coach, ALEX MARSHALL, and 2 of our very own powerlifting athletes @ponytailpowerlifter and @c_palfrey at their upcoming powerlifting competition in Saguenay, Quebec this weekend. .
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#powerlifting #strong #girlstrong #orillia #sportsmedicine #athletictherapy #lifting #strengthcoach #girlswholift #sportsmed #cpucentrals #cpu #OPA #bench #squat #deadlift

56 5 17 August, 2019
Bone bosses day off!  Let’s go Bucs! 💣⚔️🗡🧨🏈🦴🏴‍☠️🏟

Bone bosses day off! Let’s go Bucs! 💣⚔️🗡🧨🏈🦴🏴‍☠️🏟

84 1 16 August, 2019
Conditional recommendation for corticosteroid injection.
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Short term benefit for 4-6 weeks.
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Use to help get the individual walking and participating in land based exercise.
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I’ve also learnt from one surgeon not to do the injection within 3 months of TKR surgery as it increases the small risk of infection 🤷🏻‍♂️. Good to ask.

Conditional recommendation for corticosteroid injection.
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Short term benefit for 4-6 weeks.
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Use to help get the individual walking and participating in land based exercise.
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I’ve also learnt from one surgeon not to do the injection within 3 months of TKR surgery as it increases the small risk of infection 🤷🏻‍♂️. Good to ask.

7 1 16 August, 2019
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@thestrengthpts are collaborating with their friend and well respected clinician @docmills.dpt and present to you:
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💥Trap bar deadlifts, a weapon in our arsenal💥
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The deadlift has been characterized as the king of all the exercises. One form of the deadlift that is mistakenly underutilized is the trap bar deadlift. .
Trap bar deadlifts train the hinge pattern. .
Peak spine and hip moments tend to be a bit larger for the conventional deadlift than the trap bar deadlift, while the peak knee moment tends to be larger for the trap bar deadlift.
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Both variations elicit similar degrees of muscle activation in the muscle groups they train but quad activation tends to be a bit higher for the trap bar deadlift, while hamstrings and spinal erector activation tend to be a bit higher for the conventional deadlift.
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Check our post and let us know which of the two variations you prefer to use.
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💥Trap bar άρσεις θανάτου 💥
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Οι άρσεις θανάτου έχουν έχει χαρακτηριστεί ως ο <<βασιλιάς των ασκήσεων>>.
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Μία μορφή εκτέλεσης των άρσεων θανάτου μη ιδιαίτερα διαδεδομένη με πολλά πλεονεκτήματα είναι οι άρσεις θανάτου με εξάγωνη μπάρα:
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1️⃣ Επιτρέπει την λήψη υψηλότερων φορτίων σε σχέση με την κανονικά μπάρα.
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2️⃣ Το άνω μέρος του σώματος έχει σημαντικότερο ρόλο κατα την ανύψωση φορτίου αντίστοιχο με την κανονική μπάρα.
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3️⃣ Πρόκειται για μία άσκηση η οποία δίνει έμφαση στους τετρακεφάλους – θα μπορούσε να χαρακτηριστεί κάτι μεταξύ squat και deadlifts.
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4️⃣ Εφόσον αποφασίσετε να την χρησιμοποιήσετε στην προπόνηση σας – φροντίστε να συμπληρώσετε με απομονωμένες ασκήσεις ισχιοκνημιαίων.

5️⃣ Είναι ιδιαίτερα χρήσιμη για τους αθλητές – επιτρέπει την λήψη υψηλών φορτίων με μεγάλη ταχύτητα και άρα την ανάπτυξη ισχύος.
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Διαβάστε τα slides για περισσότερες πληροφορίες και μην διστάσετε να μας στείλετε τις απορίες σας με μήνυμα η με comment.👇
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@thestrengthpts

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@thestrengthpts are collaborating with their friend and well respected clinician @docmills.dpt and present to you:
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💥Trap bar deadlifts, a weapon in our arsenal💥
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The deadlift has been characterized as the king of all the exercises. One form of the deadlift that is mistakenly underutilized is the trap bar deadlift. .
Trap bar deadlifts train the hinge pattern. .
Peak spine and hip moments tend to be a bit larger for the conventional deadlift than the trap bar deadlift, while the peak knee moment tends to be larger for the trap bar deadlift.
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Both variations elicit similar degrees of muscle activation in the muscle groups they train but quad activation tends to be a bit higher for the trap bar deadlift, while hamstrings and spinal erector activation tend to be a bit higher for the conventional deadlift.
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Check our post and let us know which of the two variations you prefer to use.
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💥Trap bar άρσεις θανάτου 💥
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Οι άρσεις θανάτου έχουν έχει χαρακτηριστεί ως ο <<βασιλιάς των ασκήσεων>>.
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Μία μορφή εκτέλεσης των άρσεων θανάτου μη ιδιαίτερα διαδεδομένη με πολλά πλεονεκτήματα είναι οι άρσεις θανάτου με εξάγωνη μπάρα:
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1️⃣ Επιτρέπει την λήψη υψηλότερων φορτίων σε σχέση με την κανονικά μπάρα.
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2️⃣ Το άνω μέρος του σώματος έχει σημαντικότερο ρόλο κατα την ανύψωση φορτίου αντίστοιχο με την κανονική μπάρα.
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3️⃣ Πρόκειται για μία άσκηση η οποία δίνει έμφαση στους τετρακεφάλους – θα μπορούσε να χαρακτηριστεί κάτι μεταξύ squat και deadlifts.
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4️⃣ Εφόσον αποφασίσετε να την χρησιμοποιήσετε στην προπόνηση σας – φροντίστε να συμπληρώσετε με απομονωμένες ασκήσεις ισχιοκνημιαίων.

5️⃣ Είναι ιδιαίτερα χρήσιμη για τους αθλητές – επιτρέπει την λήψη υψηλών φορτίων με μεγάλη ταχύτητα και άρα την ανάπτυξη ισχύος.
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Διαβάστε τα slides για περισσότερες πληροφορίες και μην διστάσετε να μας στείλετε τις απορίες σας με μήνυμα η με comment.👇
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@thestrengthpts

199 23 16 August, 2019
Honestly this video brings a tear to my eye.  This is Arran, a young man with Cerebral Palsy.  An Australian Runner, World Champion and Dual World Record Holder.  I have had the pleasure of working with Arran over the past year and leading up to the World Championships in Denmark.  Arran won 2 gold medals in the 400m and 200m achieving a 55 second PB in the 400m. Arran's story is a story of inspiration, of perseverance, of determination and overcoming adversity to achieve your goals.
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Arran's story has had a profound impact on me personally and he continues to inspire me with his achievements.  This is why I became a physiotherapist and why I love what I do.  To be able to give back to others and work along side people to help them achieve their goals is something I am truly grateful for.
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This video was shown at the Runnation film festival where Arran was a panel member and spoke with such maturity and authenticity.
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If you know someone who is keen to get after it and wants to learn more about racerunning go to the link below.
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www.playsport.com/racerunning
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Arran I am so proud of you and keep giving it your all you little superstar.
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@karenkeith5847
@imovephysiotherapy
@runnationfilm
@thatsrunning
@upandrunning.sydney
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The Running Room
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Explore Your Movement
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Experience The Difference

Honestly this video brings a tear to my eye. This is Arran, a young man with Cerebral Palsy. An Australian Runner, World Champion and Dual World Record Holder. I have had the pleasure of working with Arran over the past year and leading up to the World Championships in Denmark. Arran won 2 gold medals in the 400m and 200m achieving a 55 second PB in the 400m. Arran's story is a story of inspiration, of perseverance, of determination and overcoming adversity to achieve your goals.
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Arran's story has had a profound impact on me personally and he continues to inspire me with his achievements. This is why I became a physiotherapist and why I love what I do. To be able to give back to others and work along side people to help them achieve their goals is something I am truly grateful for.
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This video was shown at the Runnation film festival where Arran was a panel member and spoke with such maturity and authenticity.
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If you know someone who is keen to get after it and wants to learn more about racerunning go to the link below.
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www.playsport.com/racerunning
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Arran I am so proud of you and keep giving it your all you little superstar.
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@karenkeith5847
@imovephysiotherapy
@runnationfilm
@thatsrunning
@upandrunning.sydney
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The Running Room
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Explore Your Movement
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Experience The Difference

54 8 16 August, 2019
It’s Fitness Friday! I was able to squeeze in a brief workout over lunch, energized for the rest of my day now! Post what you did for Fitness Friday!

#fitnessmotivation #fitnessfriday  #osteopathicsportsmedicine #medtwitter #medff #sportsmed #sportsmedicine #sports #motionismedicine #motion_is #DO #whyIDO #AOASM #theAOASM #jockdoc #olympicdoc #wrestlingdoc #doctorsthatDO #AOAforDOs #follow #SoMeDocs

It’s Fitness Friday! I was able to squeeze in a brief workout over lunch, energized for the rest of my day now! Post what you did for Fitness Friday!

#fitnessmotivation #fitnessfriday #osteopathicsportsmedicine #medtwitter #medff #sportsmed #sportsmedicine #sports #motionismedicine #motion_is #DO #whyIDO #AOASM #theAOASM #jockdoc #olympicdoc #wrestlingdoc #doctorsthatDO #AOAforDOs #follow #SoMeDocs

7 0 16 August, 2019
La Restauración Dominicana fue el movimiento revolucionario que le devolvió a la República Dominicana su Independencia, el 16 de Agosto de 1863.
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¡Feliz Día de la Restauración!
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#sportsmed #medicinadeportiva #diadelarestauracion #rd #dominicano #sport #medicine #diaferiado

La Restauración Dominicana fue el movimiento revolucionario que le devolvió a la República Dominicana su Independencia, el 16 de Agosto de 1863.
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¡Feliz Día de la Restauración!
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#sportsmed #medicinadeportiva #diadelarestauracion #rd #dominicano #sport #medicine #diaferiado

16 0 16 August, 2019
What we think we become.
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Create you destiny
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The Running Room
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Explore Your Movement
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Experience The Difference

What we think we become.
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Create you destiny
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The Running Room
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Explore Your Movement
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Experience The Difference

39 3 16 August, 2019
Knees tend to be referred to as “stupid” joints because they really do what the ankle and the hip tell them to. Since they are considered a hinge joint they primarily only straighten and bend BUT they have a small degree of rotation that is super important for optimal movement.
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When you try this seated tibial rotation make sure that you are not just swinging your ankle back and forth. Instead make sure the movement is coming from the knee joint itself!

Knees tend to be referred to as “stupid” joints because they really do what the ankle and the hip tell them to. Since they are considered a hinge joint they primarily only straighten and bend BUT they have a small degree of rotation that is super important for optimal movement.
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When you try this seated tibial rotation make sure that you are not just swinging your ankle back and forth. Instead make sure the movement is coming from the knee joint itself!

22 5 16 August, 2019
Are you ready to take your game/ fitness to the next level? Look no further than Fast Lane we are here to help you workout what YOU think is impossible!! Call or txt @3212223274 or Email fastlanesportsrehab@gmail.com 
#Brevard #sports #sportsmed #sportsmedicine #athlete #athleticstandard #athleticperformance #Melbourne #Palmbay #melbournebeach #westmelbourne  #physiotherapy 
#physicaltherapy #florida #flordiasports #speedtraining

Are you ready to take your game/ fitness to the next level? Look no further than Fast Lane we are here to help you workout what YOU think is impossible!! Call or txt @3212223274 or Email fastlanesportsrehab@gmail.com
#Brevard #sports #sportsmed #sportsmedicine #athlete #athleticstandard #athleticperformance #Melbourne #Palmbay #melbournebeach #westmelbourne  #physiotherapy
#physicaltherapy #florida #flordiasports #speedtraining

9 2 16 August, 2019
En Olympus nos preocupamos por la salud y el bienestar de todos, tenemos la experiencia y el tratamiento adecuado para todas las edades, agenda tu cita y ponte en manos de los mejores.... 👨‍⚕️🔝🤗❤✅ #SoyOlympus #SportsMed #SportsPhysio #Health #Motion #Mty

En Olympus nos preocupamos por la salud y el bienestar de todos, tenemos la experiencia y el tratamiento adecuado para todas las edades, agenda tu cita y ponte en manos de los mejores.... 👨‍⚕️🔝🤗❤✅ #SoyOlympus #SportsMed #SportsPhysio #Health #Motion #Mty

14 0 16 August, 2019
As some of you know I have had a functional sensorimotor disorder that developed as a result the concussion I sustained.

It took me about 6 years to get a proper diagnosis and begin treatment.

I've had significant improvement since that time with the help of the incredible therapists @reactivept🧞‍♀️
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But, the last bit, (especially my eyes and jaw) has been stubborn.

In January, I did an intensive week with a functional neurologist in Oregon who felt that the myoclonic dystonia remaining in my jaw was what was hindering the last of my recovery🤷🏼‍♀️.
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So I have been in a series of appliances from a orofacial dystonia specialist over the last 6 months.

The appliances have been paired with daily physical therapy exercises.

Here is my progress👆

I also want to point out that I started this treatment program 8 years in!!!!!
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So, when people say you can't improve or make progress quickly after 2 years with neurological disorders, that is just NOT TRUE.

We've only just begun to understand what healing the human brain is capable of with the proper neurorehabilitation.

I go back next week to hopefully get clearance for my jaw and then return to the functional neurologist.

Wee bit of a vulnerability post since my facial expressions look, well ridiculous, but this is what a movement disorder after a concussion looks like.  So, I own that sh*t.
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😎 Eventually I will do a more in-depth post on movement disorders and all the different types of movement problems that can occur.

In my opinion sensorimotor should be an additional phenotype of concussion.

I think currently movement disorders post concussion are wildly under or misdiagnosed.

In the meantime a wonderful resource is @reactivept.

They have excellent resources on dystonia and are decades ahead of everyone else. I would highly recommend learning all you can from them!

I'll keep you all posted on how my appointment goes next week!🤞

As some of you know I have had a functional sensorimotor disorder that developed as a result the concussion I sustained.

It took me about 6 years to get a proper diagnosis and begin treatment.

I've had significant improvement since that time with the help of the incredible therapists @reactivept🧞‍♀️
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But, the last bit, (especially my eyes and jaw) has been stubborn.

In January, I did an intensive week with a functional neurologist in Oregon who felt that the myoclonic dystonia remaining in my jaw was what was hindering the last of my recovery🤷🏼‍♀️.
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So I have been in a series of appliances from a orofacial dystonia specialist over the last 6 months.

The appliances have been paired with daily physical therapy exercises.

Here is my progress👆

I also want to point out that I started this treatment program 8 years in!!!!!
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So, when people say you can't improve or make progress quickly after 2 years with neurological disorders, that is just NOT TRUE.

We've only just begun to understand what healing the human brain is capable of with the proper neurorehabilitation.

I go back next week to hopefully get clearance for my jaw and then return to the functional neurologist.

Wee bit of a vulnerability post since my facial expressions look, well ridiculous, but this is what a movement disorder after a concussion looks like.  So, I own that sh*t.
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😎 Eventually I will do a more in-depth post on movement disorders and all the different types of movement problems that can occur.

In my opinion sensorimotor should be an additional phenotype of concussion.

I think currently movement disorders post concussion are wildly under or misdiagnosed.

In the meantime a wonderful resource is @reactivept.

They have excellent resources on dystonia and are decades ahead of everyone else. I would highly recommend learning all you can from them!

I'll keep you all posted on how my appointment goes next week!🤞

372 108 16 August, 2019
Quad Tendon ACL Autograft with patient ACL autocells via fatshot harvested using the Arthrex GraftNet. #SloanPAC #aclclub #aclgraft #fatshot #houston #sportsmed #medicine

Quad Tendon ACL Autograft with patient ACL autocells via fatshot harvested using the Arthrex GraftNet. #SloanPAC #aclclub #aclgraft #fatshot #houston #sportsmed #medicine

26 0 16 August, 2019
Specifically designed for small joint procedures, CONMED’s TruShot™ with Y-Knot® all-in-one deployment technology is redefining efficiency & accuracy in the OR. By eliminating unnecessary steps, this system simplifies anchor placement in small bone while the small all-suture anchors are designed to provide the strong fixation surgeons need. 
#orthopedicsurgery #orthopedicsurgeon #orthopedics #orthopaedics #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #conmed #surgery #ucl #lateralcollateralligament #ligament #brostrom #achilles #haglunds

Specifically designed for small joint procedures, CONMED’s TruShot™ with Y-Knot® all-in-one deployment technology is redefining efficiency & accuracy in the OR. By eliminating unnecessary steps, this system simplifies anchor placement in small bone while the small all-suture anchors are designed to provide the strong fixation surgeons need.
#orthopedicsurgery #orthopedicsurgeon #orthopedics #orthopaedics #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #conmed #surgery #ucl #lateralcollateralligament #ligament #brostrom #achilles #haglunds

14 0 16 August, 2019
JOYRIDE 💜
#bespoketreatments

JOYRIDE 💜
#bespoketreatments

119 4 16 August, 2019
Children's injuries are different than adults' due to constant physical, cognitive, and emotional development. Movement changes every day so they may lose coordination, increasing risk for injury. Common over-use injuries are stress fractures, which may affect the growth plate. Sport specialization can also result in over-use injuries. When athletes play different sports they are using different parts of the body, which may help prevent injury. Proper nutrition and adequate sleep are also key. The greatest risk factor for an overuse injury is a prior injury. Contact us with questions on how to help your child recover from or prevent injury.

Information provided by: http://www.apta.org/PTinmotion/2018/11/feature/smalladults/ 
#sportsmed #overuseinjuries #thompsonrehab #ThompsonPT #PT #physicaltherapy #sportsmedicine #overuse #PTfirst

Children's injuries are different than adults' due to constant physical, cognitive, and emotional development. Movement changes every day so they may lose coordination, increasing risk for injury. Common over-use injuries are stress fractures, which may affect the growth plate. Sport specialization can also result in over-use injuries. When athletes play different sports they are using different parts of the body, which may help prevent injury. Proper nutrition and adequate sleep are also key. The greatest risk factor for an overuse injury is a prior injury. Contact us with questions on how to help your child recover from or prevent injury.

Information provided by: http://www.apta.org/PTinmotion/2018/11/feature/smalladults/
#sportsmed #overuseinjuries #thompsonrehab #ThompsonPT #PT #physicaltherapy #sportsmedicine #overuse #PTfirst

6 0 16 August, 2019
🚨SUBSCAPULARIS STRENGTH TRAINING🚨
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The Subscap is one of the rotator cuff muscles that assist with humoral head depression when lifting arm overhead🙋🏻‍♂️. This helps reduce or rehab from shoulder impingement/pinching symptoms. It also assists with internal rotation (IR) and adduction of the shoulder which is utilized when reaching behind to wash your lower back🧽or for females securing bra straps👙.
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It can be difficult😡to isolate the subscap due to the amount of IR muscles we have. The major IR muscles being the lats, pec major, anterior deltoids, and teres major. When choosing movements to isolate subscap strengthening, reducing compensation is key🔑.
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👉🏼 Check out the following 3 exercises (SWIPE LEFT) to improve Subscap IR strength:
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1️⃣ Supine IR at 90/90 - maintain shoulder abduction at 90 - controlled motion. Monitor that the upper back/thoracic spine does not extend during the movement.
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2️⃣ Prone IR at 90/90 - towel to keep elbow in line with shoulder. Monitor that the shoulder does not elevate during IR.
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3️⃣ Standing IR At Side w/ Abduction - with arm at side, perform shoulder abduction into band then perform IR. Abduction used to reduce Lat and Pec involvement with IR.
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🚨TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS TO IMPROVE SHOULDER KNOWLEDGE🚨

🚨SUBSCAPULARIS STRENGTH TRAINING🚨
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The Subscap is one of the rotator cuff muscles that assist with humoral head depression when lifting arm overhead🙋🏻‍♂️. This helps reduce or rehab from shoulder impingement/pinching symptoms. It also assists with internal rotation (IR) and adduction of the shoulder which is utilized when reaching behind to wash your lower back🧽or for females securing bra straps👙.
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It can be difficult😡to isolate the subscap due to the amount of IR muscles we have. The major IR muscles being the lats, pec major, anterior deltoids, and teres major. When choosing movements to isolate subscap strengthening, reducing compensation is key🔑.
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👉🏼 Check out the following 3 exercises (SWIPE LEFT) to improve Subscap IR strength:
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1️⃣ Supine IR at 90/90 - maintain shoulder abduction at 90 - controlled motion. Monitor that the upper back/thoracic spine does not extend during the movement.
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2️⃣ Prone IR at 90/90 - towel to keep elbow in line with shoulder. Monitor that the shoulder does not elevate during IR.
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3️⃣ Standing IR At Side w/ Abduction - with arm at side, perform shoulder abduction into band then perform IR. Abduction used to reduce Lat and Pec involvement with IR.
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🚨TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS TO IMPROVE SHOULDER KNOWLEDGE🚨

4,567 86 16 August, 2019
From diagnostics to recovery, Dr. Natanzi addresses issues specific to active people. Whether your complaint is due to an injury or an underlying condition like arthritis, Dr. Natanzi can reestablish function.
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#backsurgery #painless #spine #livepainfree #spinesurgery #prp #sportsmedicine #plateletrichplasma #sportsmed #sciaticarelief #kneepain #sciatica #kneepainrelief #injections #kneepainsucks #spinalpain #sportsinjury #pain #painfree #cortisoneinjection #backpain #neckpain #backpainrelief #neckpainrelief #prptherapy #stemcelltherapy #painmanagement #stemcellinjection

From diagnostics to recovery, Dr. Natanzi addresses issues specific to active people. Whether your complaint is due to an injury or an underlying condition like arthritis, Dr. Natanzi can reestablish function.
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#backsurgery #painless #spine #livepainfree #spinesurgery #prp #sportsmedicine #plateletrichplasma #sportsmed #sciaticarelief #kneepain #sciatica #kneepainrelief #injections #kneepainsucks #spinalpain #sportsinjury #pain #painfree #cortisoneinjection #backpain #neckpain #backpainrelief #neckpainrelief #prptherapy #stemcelltherapy #painmanagement #stemcellinjection

35 1 16 August, 2019
•Hematoma formation as a sequela of tennis leg is visualized on this image. What is a potential concern with this patient?
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#leg #calf #conservativecare #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #sportsinjury #evidencebased #manualmedicine #strengthtraining #softtissue #sportsandspine #veteran #tacticalsportsmedicine #tactical #🇺🇸 #rehab #MRI #tear #tennis #california #losangeles #patient #cscs #hematoma #diagnosis #veteran #tsac

•Hematoma formation as a sequela of tennis leg is visualized on this image. What is a potential concern with this patient?
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#leg #calf #conservativecare #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #sportsinjury #evidencebased #manualmedicine #strengthtraining #softtissue #sportsandspine #veteran #tacticalsportsmedicine #tactical #🇺🇸 #rehab #MRI #tear #tennis #california #losangeles #patient #cscs #hematoma #diagnosis #veteran #tsac

21 5 16 August, 2019
Patient Appreciation. An amazing way to end my week. Thankful for those who believe in me and my work 😊 #ortho #orthopedics #orthopedicPA #surgicalPA #fridayclinic #sportsmed #sportsmedicine #flowers #purple #white #thankful #grateful #loved #allsmiles #aboveandbeyond #sportsmedprincess 👩🏾‍⚕️🦴💚💐 @valdostaorthopedic

Patient Appreciation. An amazing way to end my week. Thankful for those who believe in me and my work 😊 #ortho #orthopedics #orthopedicPA #surgicalPA #fridayclinic #sportsmed #sportsmedicine #flowers #purple #white #thankful #grateful #loved #allsmiles #aboveandbeyond #sportsmedprincess 👩🏾‍⚕️🦴💚💐 @valdostaorthopedic

30 2 16 August, 2019
Unleash your precision with CONMED's MicroFree™ Cordless Small Bone Power System

#orthopedicsurgery #orthopedicsurgeon #orthopedics #orthopaedics #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #hall #hallpower #microfree

Unleash your precision with CONMED's MicroFree™ Cordless Small Bone Power System

#orthopedicsurgery #orthopedicsurgeon #orthopedics #orthopaedics #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #hall #hallpower #microfree

19 0 16 August, 2019
#TBT In 2012, the CONMED Learning Center was opened in Largo, FL. 
#orthopedicsurgery #orthopedicsurgeon #orthopedics #orthopaedics #sportsmedicine #sportsmed

#TBT In 2012, the CONMED Learning Center was opened in Largo, FL.
#orthopedicsurgery #orthopedicsurgeon #orthopedics #orthopaedics #sportsmedicine #sportsmed

32 0 16 August, 2019
CONMED’s NEW EZStart™ Interference Screw is designed to provide strong fixation of bone-tendon-bone (BTB) grafts during ACL reconstruction. This titanium self-tapping, self-notching, interference screw makes initial placement easy – saving steps with an efficient, reproducible technique.

#orthopedicsurgery #orthopedicsurgeon #orthopedics #orthopaedics #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #knee #btb #acl #fixation

CONMED’s NEW EZStart™ Interference Screw is designed to provide strong fixation of bone-tendon-bone (BTB) grafts during ACL reconstruction. This titanium self-tapping, self-notching, interference screw makes initial placement easy – saving steps with an efficient, reproducible technique.

#orthopedicsurgery #orthopedicsurgeon #orthopedics #orthopaedics #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #knee #btb #acl #fixation

12 0 16 August, 2019
▪️When managing an athlete in pain tolerance and expectation with regards to exercise & activity, consider 3 main responses
✔️Pain during activity
✔️Symptom response for 24 hours after activity
✔️Trend in symptoms over time
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▪️Responses over 24 hours and symptoms over time are generally more important than pain during activity. The majority of the time it tells us that sensitive tissue is being loaded and is expected following injury.
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▪️The goal is that pain during activity is mild (0 - 3 on pain scale) and settles to baseline levels within 24 hours with the trend over time is improvement in symptoms.  If the goals are not trending in this direction, re-evaluating and modifying activity levels are needed to create the desired response
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#paradigmchirosport #sportsmed #sportsmedicine #athleticmedicine #sportsscience #sportsperformance #sportschiro #chiropractic #dacbsp #prehab #rehab #manualtherapy #strengthandconditioning #musculoskeletal #teambehindtheteam  #kleanathlete

▪️When managing an athlete in pain tolerance and expectation with regards to exercise & activity, consider 3 main responses
✔️Pain during activity
✔️Symptom response for 24 hours after activity
✔️Trend in symptoms over time
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▪️Responses over 24 hours and symptoms over time are generally more important than pain during activity. The majority of the time it tells us that sensitive tissue is being loaded and is expected following injury.
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▪️The goal is that pain during activity is mild (0 - 3 on pain scale) and settles to baseline levels within 24 hours with the trend over time is improvement in symptoms.  If the goals are not trending in this direction, re-evaluating and modifying activity levels are needed to create the desired response
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#paradigmchirosport #sportsmed #sportsmedicine #athleticmedicine #sportsscience #sportsperformance #sportschiro #chiropractic #dacbsp #prehab #rehab #manualtherapy #strengthandconditioning #musculoskeletal #teambehindtheteam #kleanathlete

66 1 16 August, 2019
Save $100 and register for the 2019 FORE/AANA World Series of Live Surgery. Early bird registration ends tonight, so reserve your spot today! With over a dozen live surgeries, this unique course offers surgeons the chance to learn tips and tricks in real-time, all while peeking inside the ORs of some of the nations top surgeons. bit.ly/2Yogl3U
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Save $100 and register for the 2019 FORE/AANA World Series of Live Surgery. Early bird registration ends tonight, so reserve your spot today! With over a dozen live surgeries, this unique course offers surgeons the chance to learn tips and tricks in real-time, all while peeking inside the ORs of some of the nations top surgeons. bit.ly/2Yogl3U
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#LiveSurgery #forecme #orthopaedic #orthopaedics #orthopedic #orthopedics #cme #conference #ortho #surgery #sportsmedicine #sportsmed #rehabilitation #sports #upperextremity #upperex #lowerextremity #lowerex

5 0 16 August, 2019
Trouble with single leg stability? Do you have knee pain?
▪️unilateral stepping with a resistance band can help strengthen your hips/ glutes improving your single leg stability and decrease compression force at the knee
▪️note: hinge at the hips & keep your stability leg as still as possible (don’t sway to the stepping side) — you should feel this your stable leg glute (if you feel it in your quad, you may be in too much of a squat instead of a hinge)
💪 weight is optional. This is done to increase the intensity of the exercise and challenge the core
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👋 I am currently recovering from a lateral ankle sprain, hence the use of other innovations.
🧦 @cepcompression — ankle brace for support and compression
🎧 @haloneuroscience — stimulating the motor cortex creating a state of hyper learning
🎛 @compexusa — stimulating the peroneals to stimulate motor nerves causing excitement in the muscle
@bespoketreatments

Trouble with single leg stability? Do you have knee pain?
▪️unilateral stepping with a resistance band can help strengthen your hips/ glutes improving your single leg stability and decrease compression force at the knee
▪️note: hinge at the hips & keep your stability leg as still as possible (don’t sway to the stepping side) — you should feel this your stable leg glute (if you feel it in your quad, you may be in too much of a squat instead of a hinge)
💪 weight is optional. This is done to increase the intensity of the exercise and challenge the core
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👋 I am currently recovering from a lateral ankle sprain, hence the use of other innovations.
🧦 @cepcompression — ankle brace for support and compression
🎧 @haloneuroscience — stimulating the motor cortex creating a state of hyper learning
🎛 @compexusa — stimulating the peroneals to stimulate motor nerves causing excitement in the muscle
@bespoketreatments

384 25 16 August, 2019

Top #sportsmed posts

Client list and monthly income about to go waaaay up. 🤑💵 💰💲 ( Follow @chalk_bucket_ )

Client list and monthly income about to go waaaay up. 🤑💵 💰💲 ( Follow @chalk_bucket_ )

2,133 115 3 August, 2019
🚨TOP 5 GLUTE MED STRENGTH EXERCISES🚨
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The Top 5 List📋was developed by @bretcontreras1 (a.k.a The Glute Guy) in collaboration with @dr.giardina.dpt.
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With all popular glute🍑 exercises, opinions are all over the place to which is best. There are 2 reasons for this:
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1️⃣ Human hip anatomy and glute architecture differs markedly from one person to the next. 
2️⃣ There isn't a single published study comparing the effectiveness of one glute exercise versus another on actual gluteal hypertrophy.
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👉🏻 The Top 5 Exercises Are (SWIPE LEFT):
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🔹Extra Range Sidelying Hip Abduction
🔹Sidelying Hip Raise
🔹Band Hip Hinge Abduction
🔹Band Seated Hip Abduction
🔹Ankle Weight Standing Hip Abduction
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🍑TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS THAT WANT BETTER GLUTES🍑
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Banded exercises used The Hip Thruster Loops from @hipthrusterofficial.

🚨TOP 5 GLUTE MED STRENGTH EXERCISES🚨
-
The Top 5 List📋was developed by @bretcontreras1 (a.k.a The Glute Guy) in collaboration with @dr.giardina.dpt.
-
With all popular glute🍑 exercises, opinions are all over the place to which is best. There are 2 reasons for this:
.
1️⃣ Human hip anatomy and glute architecture differs markedly from one person to the next.
2️⃣ There isn't a single published study comparing the effectiveness of one glute exercise versus another on actual gluteal hypertrophy.
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👉🏻 The Top 5 Exercises Are (SWIPE LEFT):
.
🔹Extra Range Sidelying Hip Abduction
🔹Sidelying Hip Raise
🔹Band Hip Hinge Abduction
🔹Band Seated Hip Abduction
🔹Ankle Weight Standing Hip Abduction
-
🍑TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS THAT WANT BETTER GLUTES🍑
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Banded exercises used The Hip Thruster Loops from @hipthrusterofficial.

7,395 142 4 June, 2019
🚨TOP 10 GLUTE MAX STRENGTH EXERCISES🚨
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The Top 10 List📋was developed by @bretcontreras1 (a.k.a The Glute Guy).
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With all popular glute🍑 exercises, opinions are all over the place to which is best. There are 2 reasons for this:
.
1️⃣ Human hip anatomy and glute architecture differs markedly from one person to the next. What works well for one person doesn't necessarily work for another. Find what works best for you.
.
2️⃣ There isn't a single published study comparing the effectiveness of one glute exercise versus another on actual gluteal hypertrophy. There are indeed plenty of electromyography (EMG) studies, but we need longitudinal research using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to support our theories. Until then, we must rely on anecdotes and logical reasoning.
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👉🏻 With the following list of exercises, think more about the movement patterns they represent then the object lifted (i.e. squats can be back or goblet per se):
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🔹Hip Thrust
🔹Glute Bridge
🔹Back Extension
🔹Straddle Lift
🔹Squat
🔹Deadlift
🔹Lunge
🔹Kickback
⁣🔹Leg Press
🔹Seated Hip Abduction
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The last 2 clips are Fitfriends demonstrating how they hit their Glutes:
@mishkadawn
@jamieeasonmiddleton
@dr.caleb.burgess
@missiemckain_fitness
@steficohen
@thestrengththerapist
@wifetimefitness
@rehabscience
@kirstenleewalters
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🍑TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS THAT WANT BETTER GLUTES🍑
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#mikedpt_hip

🚨TOP 10 GLUTE MAX STRENGTH EXERCISES🚨
-
The Top 10 List📋was developed by @bretcontreras1 (a.k.a The Glute Guy).
-
With all popular glute🍑 exercises, opinions are all over the place to which is best. There are 2 reasons for this:
.
1️⃣ Human hip anatomy and glute architecture differs markedly from one person to the next. What works well for one person doesn't necessarily work for another. Find what works best for you.
.
2️⃣ There isn't a single published study comparing the effectiveness of one glute exercise versus another on actual gluteal hypertrophy. There are indeed plenty of electromyography (EMG) studies, but we need longitudinal research using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to support our theories. Until then, we must rely on anecdotes and logical reasoning.
-
👉🏻 With the following list of exercises, think more about the movement patterns they represent then the object lifted (i.e. squats can be back or goblet per se):
.
🔹Hip Thrust
🔹Glute Bridge
🔹Back Extension
🔹Straddle Lift
🔹Squat
🔹Deadlift
🔹Lunge
🔹Kickback
⁣🔹Leg Press
🔹Seated Hip Abduction
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The last 2 clips are Fitfriends demonstrating how they hit their Glutes:
@mishkadawn
@jamieeasonmiddleton
@dr.caleb.burgess
@missiemckain_fitness
@steficohen
@thestrengththerapist
@wifetimefitness
@rehabscience
@kirstenleewalters
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🍑TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS THAT WANT BETTER GLUTES🍑
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#mikedpt_hip

5,354 157 29 May, 2019
The ACL of the hip... the #ligamentumteres was previously considered an embryonic remnant of the adult #hip (provides nutrition in the pediatric hip). However, the LT is a strong stabilizer of the hip, particularly in adduction, flexion, and external rotation. #sportsmed #anatomy

The ACL of the hip... the #ligamentumteres was previously considered an embryonic remnant of the adult #hip (provides nutrition in the pediatric hip). However, the LT is a strong stabilizer of the hip, particularly in adduction, flexion, and external rotation. #sportsmed #anatomy

1,109 31 7 April, 2019
🚨Parallel vs Full Squat & Gluteal Activation🚨
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Many things need to be taken into account when determining squat depth. Most importantly,  you need to determine your lower extremity mobility (specifically of the hips and ankles), your comfort with varying squat depths or squat variations, and finally your training goals.
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📚A recent 2017 study by @bretcontreras1 et al investigated the EMG activity of various muscles in women who did resistance training, and compared the parallel vs full vs front squats (they used high bar). One of their big findings contradicted previous research while having a much better methodological data collection. They found that there is similar glute (upper and lower fibers), bicep femoris (a hamstring muscle), and vastus lateralis (a quadriceps muscle) muscle EMG activity between all 3 squat variations.
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Full squat depth does NOT mean more gluteus maximus activation. However, when it comes to resistance training for hypertrophy, it is widely agreed upon that using a greater range of motion leads to more hypertrophic changes, most likely due to the increased ROM/longer eccentric muscle activation. So while the full and parallel squat styles might elicit similar gluteal EMG activities, if your goal is hypertrophy, you should go for a deep squat.
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But can everyone perform a full squat? No. If you have individual morphologic variations or pathologies (i.e. femoroacetabular impingement) or restricted ankle mobility into dorsiflexion, the full squat is not a viable option for you as it could lead to losing lumbar lordosis and injury over time. So stick to a parallel squat, as you're not missing out on any extra gluteal activation.
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🚨Summary: Parallel squats are JUST FINE! Let your ANATOMY and GOALS determine your individual squat depth!
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📝Credit: @theprehabguys

🚨Parallel vs Full Squat & Gluteal Activation🚨
-
Many things need to be taken into account when determining squat depth. Most importantly, you need to determine your lower extremity mobility (specifically of the hips and ankles), your comfort with varying squat depths or squat variations, and finally your training goals.
-
📚A recent 2017 study by @bretcontreras1 et al investigated the EMG activity of various muscles in women who did resistance training, and compared the parallel vs full vs front squats (they used high bar). One of their big findings contradicted previous research while having a much better methodological data collection. They found that there is similar glute (upper and lower fibers), bicep femoris (a hamstring muscle), and vastus lateralis (a quadriceps muscle) muscle EMG activity between all 3 squat variations.
-
Full squat depth does NOT mean more gluteus maximus activation. However, when it comes to resistance training for hypertrophy, it is widely agreed upon that using a greater range of motion leads to more hypertrophic changes, most likely due to the increased ROM/longer eccentric muscle activation. So while the full and parallel squat styles might elicit similar gluteal EMG activities, if your goal is hypertrophy, you should go for a deep squat.
-
But can everyone perform a full squat? No. If you have individual morphologic variations or pathologies (i.e. femoroacetabular impingement) or restricted ankle mobility into dorsiflexion, the full squat is not a viable option for you as it could lead to losing lumbar lordosis and injury over time. So stick to a parallel squat, as you're not missing out on any extra gluteal activation.
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🚨Summary: Parallel squats are JUST FINE! Let your ANATOMY and GOALS determine your individual squat depth!
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📝Credit: @theprehabguys

3,783 128 24 May, 2019
🚨SQUAT MOBILITY SCREEN🚨
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Great 4 Step Squat Mobility Screen developed by @docmegs!
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Struggle to get below parallel when you squat🏋️‍♀️with WEIGHT? This quick screen📋will help you decide if you should spend your time mobilizing or stabilizing:
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1️⃣ UNweighted Squat- If can perform to full depth, the issue is stability. As weight ⬆️, if we do not possess adequate strength to get lower, we will stop shy of full depth.
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2️⃣ Elevated Heel Squat - may help with depth, but can provide both stability AND ankle mobility. Go to steps 3️⃣ and 4️⃣ to tease out which may be your limiting factor.
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3️⃣ Half Kneeling Lunge Test - You should be able to touch your knee to the wall from 3-4 inches from the wall.
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4️⃣ Quadruped Squat Test - if able to perform with ease, your hip mobility is most likely adequate to perform a full depth squat!
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SIDE NOTES:
🔹limited ankle mobility bilaterally/both sides may cause poor squat depth
🔹asymmetrical/uneven ankle mobility may cause twisting in the squat or knee valgus on the less mobile side
🔹limited mobility is often coupled with poor stability
🔹the best way to get better at the squat is to SQUAT!
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💥TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS THAT SQUAT💥
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#mikedpt_squat

🚨SQUAT MOBILITY SCREEN🚨
-
Great 4 Step Squat Mobility Screen developed by @docmegs!
-
Struggle to get below parallel when you squat🏋️‍♀️with WEIGHT? This quick screen📋will help you decide if you should spend your time mobilizing or stabilizing:
.
1️⃣ UNweighted Squat- If can perform to full depth, the issue is stability. As weight ⬆️, if we do not possess adequate strength to get lower, we will stop shy of full depth.
.
2️⃣ Elevated Heel Squat - may help with depth, but can provide both stability AND ankle mobility. Go to steps 3️⃣ and 4️⃣ to tease out which may be your limiting factor.
.
3️⃣ Half Kneeling Lunge Test - You should be able to touch your knee to the wall from 3-4 inches from the wall.
.
4️⃣ Quadruped Squat Test - if able to perform with ease, your hip mobility is most likely adequate to perform a full depth squat!
-
SIDE NOTES:
🔹limited ankle mobility bilaterally/both sides may cause poor squat depth
🔹asymmetrical/uneven ankle mobility may cause twisting in the squat or knee valgus on the less mobile side
🔹limited mobility is often coupled with poor stability
🔹the best way to get better at the squat is to SQUAT!
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💥TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS THAT SQUAT💥
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#mikedpt_squat

3,291 80 19 June, 2019
🚨MENISCUS REHAB EXERCISES🚨
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✅ Awesome post by @dr.surdykapt from Cali.
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👉🏼The following videos (SWIPE LEFT) provide valuable exercises and concepts in meniscus rehab:
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🧬Knee flexion/extension - It is not uncommon to have limited knee range of motion associated with a meniscus tear. It’s important to regain full range of motion while eliminating swelling. Move often and within comfort. No need to be forceful here.
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🧫Hip strength - If your knee pain is limiting you from strengthening your knee, there’s no reason not to load up your hips. Get them strong!
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🧸Graded exercise - We expect results fast, but it’s important to be realistic. Start with what you can do and gradually build up to what you want to do. You’ll get there. Just give it time and be patient.
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👨‍⚕️Surgery - If you have a meniscus tear, it’s very possible to have a positive outcome with non-invasive care. However, if you’ve exhausted your rehab options and continue to experience locking or catching, surgery may be indicated.
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✊🏼TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS HAVING KNEE PAIN✊🏼

🚨MENISCUS REHAB EXERCISES🚨
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✅ Awesome post by @dr.surdykapt from Cali.
-
👉🏼The following videos (SWIPE LEFT) provide valuable exercises and concepts in meniscus rehab:
.
🧬Knee flexion/extension - It is not uncommon to have limited knee range of motion associated with a meniscus tear. It’s important to regain full range of motion while eliminating swelling. Move often and within comfort. No need to be forceful here.
.
🧫Hip strength - If your knee pain is limiting you from strengthening your knee, there’s no reason not to load up your hips. Get them strong!
.
🧸Graded exercise - We expect results fast, but it’s important to be realistic. Start with what you can do and gradually build up to what you want to do. You’ll get there. Just give it time and be patient.
-
👨‍⚕️Surgery - If you have a meniscus tear, it’s very possible to have a positive outcome with non-invasive care. However, if you’ve exhausted your rehab options and continue to experience locking or catching, surgery may be indicated.
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✊🏼TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS HAVING KNEE PAIN✊🏼

6,220 255 26 March, 2019
🚨𝐏𝐮𝐥𝐥-𝐔𝐩 𝐒𝐭𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐠𝐭𝐡🚨
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🧗‍♂️The pull-up is a multi-joint exercise that activates numerous muscles throughout the upper quarter and can effectively increase shoulder stability and strength. While pull-ups are a staple in most resistance training programs, many people struggle to complete even a few repetitions of this movement.
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✅Here is an example progression that you could work through when looking to build your pull-up strength. These exercises will increase in difficulty as you move down the list. Find the level that is best for you:
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1️⃣ Eccentric-Only Pull-Up
2️⃣ Eccentric with Isometric Pauses
3️⃣ Fast Concentric - Slow Eccentric
4️⃣ Slow Both Directions
5️⃣ Slow with Isometric Pauses
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💥TAG and SHARE with friends that could benefit from this post💥
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🎥📝credit: @rehabscience

🚨𝐏𝐮𝐥𝐥-𝐔𝐩 𝐒𝐭𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐠𝐭𝐡🚨
-
🧗‍♂️The pull-up is a multi-joint exercise that activates numerous muscles throughout the upper quarter and can effectively increase shoulder stability and strength. While pull-ups are a staple in most resistance training programs, many people struggle to complete even a few repetitions of this movement.
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✅Here is an example progression that you could work through when looking to build your pull-up strength. These exercises will increase in difficulty as you move down the list. Find the level that is best for you:
.
1️⃣ Eccentric-Only Pull-Up
2️⃣ Eccentric with Isometric Pauses
3️⃣ Fast Concentric - Slow Eccentric
4️⃣ Slow Both Directions
5️⃣ Slow with Isometric Pauses
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💥TAG and SHARE with friends that could benefit from this post💥
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🎥📝credit: @rehabscience

3,544 83 20 June, 2019
🚨TRAIN AROUND BACK PAIN🚨
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Great info from @bretcontreras1 -
I wish I had learned this earlier in my lifting career. What will make you the strongest over the long run is being pain and injury free. If your back isn’t feeling good, don’t train through it; instead train around it.
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There are so many options. A little bit of discomfort is okay, but too much is a slippery slope. Don’t slam 4 ibuprofens and warm up for 30 min just to do some heavy squats or deads that still hurt. You’ll never reach your ultimate strength potential and achieve your best physique this way. A better solution is to avoid the NSAIDs and bust out some single leg work, high rep posterior chain work, hip abduction work, etc., then head home and live to train healthily another week. -
Exercises like Bulgarian split squats, hip thrusts, and glute ham raises hit the same muscles as squats and deads and will keep them strong. You don’t always have to be squatting and pulling heavy.⁣
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Listen to your body, pay attention to biofeedback, and make adjustments to your training on the fly. It will pay dividends in the long run. You don’t want to be jacked at 30 and broken at 40. Train hard and smart, not hard and moronic, and don’t be shortsighted. The goal is to look and feel good when you’re 80 too.
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🚨TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS HAVING BACK PAIN🚨
#glutelab #gluteguy

🚨TRAIN AROUND BACK PAIN🚨
-
Great info from @bretcontreras1 -
I wish I had learned this earlier in my lifting career. What will make you the strongest over the long run is being pain and injury free. If your back isn’t feeling good, don’t train through it; instead train around it.
-
There are so many options. A little bit of discomfort is okay, but too much is a slippery slope. Don’t slam 4 ibuprofens and warm up for 30 min just to do some heavy squats or deads that still hurt. You’ll never reach your ultimate strength potential and achieve your best physique this way. A better solution is to avoid the NSAIDs and bust out some single leg work, high rep posterior chain work, hip abduction work, etc., then head home and live to train healthily another week. -
Exercises like Bulgarian split squats, hip thrusts, and glute ham raises hit the same muscles as squats and deads and will keep them strong. You don’t always have to be squatting and pulling heavy.⁣
-
Listen to your body, pay attention to biofeedback, and make adjustments to your training on the fly. It will pay dividends in the long run. You don’t want to be jacked at 30 and broken at 40. Train hard and smart, not hard and moronic, and don’t be shortsighted. The goal is to look and feel good when you’re 80 too.
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🚨TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS HAVING BACK PAIN🚨
#glutelab #gluteguy

2,838 63 16 July, 2019