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"How long will it take for me to get better?" 

There's a million different variables that go into answering this question, because no two people are the same. This will give you a bit of a framework so you can start to figure out if you will have a fast recovery or a lo...

ACL injuries can happen to anyone, young or old, recreational or professional athlete. Studies have shown however that young female athletes are four to six times more likely to experience an ACL injury than males.

Why is that you might ask? What are some factors that m...

Do you have shoulder pain that's not getting any better?

The shoulder is made up of different bones. There is  the clavicle or the collarbone, the humerus and the scapula. All of these pieces need to work together correctly. If they don't, you might get pinching or catc...

Do you find yourself stretching or foam rolling constantly? 

Are you not seeing consistent changes in your symptoms or mobility?  

There are 3 categories that need to be looked at when it comes to mobility deficits. If you understand these 3 categories, you can bet...

One of the problems today is that we tend to treat our injuries in a very isolated manner. You hurt your knee, you get treatment for your knee. You hurt your back, you go get MRI's or xrays to see what is wrong with your back.

Our bodies are so complex, we need to reali...

Ankle injuries, specifically ankle sprains, are one of the most common sport related musculoskeletal injuries in most sports, especially volleyball. Because of that I will be dedicating this series to the ankle, and sharing with you everything I know to help you learn...

Have you ever been told that you have a frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis?

The shoulder is made up of 3 bones that form a ball and socket joint. Those bones are the scapula, the clavicle and the humerus. There is also connective tissue surrounding your...

Anytime you get hurt, and you're looking to recover, there's four main pillars that have to be in line for that recovery to occur in an optimal way. 

 PHYSIOLOGY.

The processes that go on in your body to decrease inflammation and repair anything that's injured are a resu...

The IT band, or Iliotibial band, is the ligament that runs down the outside of the thigh from the hip to the shin.  It attaches to the knee to help stabilize and move the joint.  The IT band can become tight or inflamed due to overuse.

A tight IT band is something...

Do you have pain or tightness?  Have you tried different things, but the tightness and pain keeps coming back?

These issues are like a fire.  The fire is your pain, dysfunction or any other issues you are having.

Let's use the example of tight muscles. To help with tight...

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