Sports Injuries

Treating Adductor Related Groin Pain | Sport’s Hernia 

Treating Adductor Related Groin Pain | Sport’s Hernia 

Adductor related groin pain, also called a sport's hernia, is a common cause of pain in the groin region. This condition is common in sports that require quick cutting and changes of direction. This post will discuss the pathology and treatment options for adductor related groin pain. 

What you can do for patellar tendon pain

What you can do for patellar tendon pain

Knee pain is one of the most common complaints in the active community. One cause of knee pain is patellar tendinopathy, also called jumper’s knee. Patellar tendinopathy is an overload condition felt just below the knee cap. The treatment for patellar tendinopathy can consist of joint mobilization, manual therapy, and exercise. This blog post will discuss what causes patellar tendinopathy and how it can be treated. 

Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome

Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome

Femoroacetabular impingement syndrome has become a more commonly diagnosed condition, especially in the athletic community. FAI syndrome has been defined as pain in the hip with movement due to an altered hip joint. This blog post discusses what FAI syndrome is and its treatment options. 

Why You Should Rehab Your Injury

Why You Should Rehab Your Injury

There are many different treatment strategies used to treat musculoskeletal issues. Joint manipulation, soft tissue therapy, ultrasound, motor nerve stimulation, exercise, kinesiology tape, etc… are all common treatment options used to help decrease musculoskeletal pain. This blog post will discuss why rehabilitation is important to the recovery of musculoskeletal pain syndromes. 

Preventing Injuries by Building Tissue Capacity

Preventing Injuries by Building Tissue Capacity

Preventing injuries is a difficult feat because there are so many different factors involved. Increasing the tissues capacity to tolerate load can help reduce the risk of injury. This blog post will define what tissue capacity is and the role it plays in rehabilitation and preventing injuries. 

Biohacking the Squat - Is it a mobility or stability issue?

Biohacking the Squat - Is it a mobility or stability issue?

The squat is one of the best whole body exercises that you can do. It challenges the overall mobility and stability of the entire body. There is a common misconception with the squat that there is an “ideal squat.” Traditionally the ideal squat consisted of the feet planted straight forward, knees tracking over the 2nd toe, chest up, and the head looking straight ahead. Unfortunately, this advice does not suit everyone because we are all built slightly different. This blog post will discuss how to figure out what is limiting your squat as well as how to determine what the best squatting pattern is for your body. 

How Exercise Helps with Tissue Healing

How Exercise Helps with Tissue Healing

Exercise therapy seems to be a panacea for just about all human aliments (depression, anxiety, low back pain, neck pain, osteoarthritis, etc…). Sometimes it isn’t clear how exercise can help with tissue healing such as tendinopathies and cartilage issues. This post will discuss how exercise can help with musculoskeletal tissue healing. 

The Ins & Outs of Chronic Pain

The Ins & Outs of Chronic Pain

It is estimated that 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Chronic pain is usually defined as persistent pain that lasts for over 3 months. There is a lot of confusion with what chronic pain is and how it is different from acute pain. This blog will go over what causes chronic pain and strategies to get rid of it.