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Shoulder Strength, Stability, & Injury Prevention For Combat Athletes By Justin Snead, DPT Calling all combat sports athletes…Have you ever been doing any grappling or ground fighting where you've had to post on your hand to keep your balance? There is a reason for that... This is an unnatural movement for your shoulder, because you are putting a lot of pressure and force down through those shoulder muscles. It forces the ball, from the ball and socket joint in the shoulder, back...
Posted on 2019-07-15
CORE WORKOUT FOR SENIORS By Biagio Mazza Is your body different as a senior than when you are in your 20's?  For sure there are things that are different, BUT biomechanically, it's the same.  However, because of the aging process, we may experience weakness or control issues within the core. The way to reactivate the core is to get back to the basics of core exercises. So, while we can call these “Core Exercises For Seniors” they are all just basic things that if...
Posted on 2019-06-26
. 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
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
Prevent Golf Injuries This Spring By Biagio Mazza Are you thinking about getting out there and playing golf this spring and summer? As it gets a little warmer out, you may be feeling the urge to get back out on the golf course, and I totally get that. However, there are things that you can do to prevent risk of injury when it comes to golf.Here are the three biggest mistakes that you can make that will put your body at risk for potential injury when it comes to returning to golf: Problem ...
Posted on 2019-04-03
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