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. The term “core” gets thrown around quite a bit, and one we at Elite Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy are not very fond of. Many individuals assume that it means the abdominals, and maybe even muscles included in the glutes, back muscles, or other muscles within that area. However, “the core” itself is a term that really implies globally, the stabilizers of the spine and the pelvis. This includes muscles within the... Spine Neck Shoulder blades Low back ...
Posted on 2019-06-11
RED, WHITE, & BLUE YOGURT BARK (DAIRY FREE) By Holistic Health by Holly Memorial Day means school is almost out and summer has arrived! Summer is busy, but holiday weekends hold a whole different kind of busy! They can be so fun, but are often jam-packed with hours in the sunshine, late nights, long days, and social outings that include to an excess consumption of processed foods, sugary treats, and sugary (sometimes alcoholic) drinks. By the end of the weekend our bodies might be s...
Posted on 2019-05-22
The Top Functional Exercises For Your Best Life 1. PROPER SQUAT FORM (TO MOVE BETTER, AND LONGER) How often do you find yourself squatting – whether it is to play with kids, watch TV, or to pet a dog? Are you confident in your ability to get back up? Today’s functional movement is simply that: The ability to squat up and down from the ground. As children, we did this movement naturally. Thanks to our sedentary lifestyles, people are losing this ability. So why should we ...
Posted on 2019-05-15
TOP SHOULDER EXERCISES FOR STRENGTH, MOBILITY, AND FLEXIBILITY. + SHOULDER STABILITY FOR COMBAT SPORTS ATHLETES, AND MILITARY & LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONELL By Justin Snead Elite Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy sees a variety of injuries, and works with individuals who are looking to reach their peak performance. Our PT, Justin Snead, specializes in treating and training combat sports athletes, helping them to maximize their strength, mobility, and overall performance. A consis...
Posted on 2019-04-23
WHAT IS REFERRED PAIN? By Biagio Mazza Referred pain is the phenomenon that occurs when the interpretation of where you feel pain, is actually different than the directly underlying cause. We at Elite Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy have patients come in all the time and they'll say, "I swear to you my problem is right here." However, it doesn't have anything to do with that area of their body, it's just being sent there. For example, the shoulder is a really interesting structur...
Posted on 2019-04-19
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