CRACK. CLICK. GRIND. POP.
CRACK. CLICK. GRIND. POP. WHY DOES MY SHOULDER MAKE NOISE? A noisy shoulder isn't inherently dangerous or problematic. Many people experience shoulder cracking, clicking, or popping without any pain. Often your shoulder muscles, ligaments, tendons, and bones are all working together without
Benefits of Blood Flow Restriction Training Following ACL Surgery
Benefits of Blood Flow Restriction Training following ACL Surgery What is Blood Flow Restriction (BFR)? Blood flow restriction (BFR) is a training method that utilizes a tourniquet system to partially restrict arterial and venous blood flow to/ from working muscles. BFR training
RETHINKING RETURN TO SPORT REHAB
RETHINKING RETURN TO SPORT REHAB Evidence suggests that more than 50% of athletes are unable to return to their preinjury level of function after ACL reconstruction. Second ACL injury rates, accounting for ipsilateral and contralateral tears, have been reported between 12%
What is Dry Needling?
What is Dry Needling? Dry needling is the process of inserting thin monofilament needles without the use of injectate to treat a variety of neuro-musculoskeletal conditions. The needles are inserted into muscles, tendons, osteotendinous junctions, joint capsules, fascia, scar tissue, epidermis,
Is the Pro-Agility Test a valid test of agility?
Is the Pro-Agility Test a valid test of agility? The Pro- Agility Test, also referred to as the 5-10-5 shuttle, is popular in the NFL and NHL combine, and SPARQ rating for baseball, basketball, and hockey. The Pro-Agility Test is recognized
Is Running Bad for your Knees?
Is running bad for your knees? Humans are bipedal creatures designed to move forward on two feet. It seems odd that the most efficient way of moving our bodies from point A to point B would be bad for our joints,
Open Chain Knee Extension After ACL-R
Open Chain Knee Extension after ACL-R The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the primary restraint for anterior translation of the tibia on the femur. There is on-going debate whether non-weightbearing AKA open chain knee extension is appropriate following ACL surgery due