If you’re looking for game-changing golf swing tips, exercises for golfers that can be done anywhere and treatment protocol for common golf injuries, pull up a chair; you’re going to want to be sitting down for this. The ultimate golf swing trainer Whether you play golf or treat golfers (or both), you understand the mental […]

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Not to toot our own horns, but we know a thing or two about kinesiology tape and topical analgesics. We know that TheraBand Kinesiology Tape has the best in-class adhesion when put up against the competition. We know that Biofreeze has been proven to deliver powerful pain relief year after year. We know that using […]

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THIS is How to Do a Monster Walk

June 22, 2017

First off, we want to talk to the person who came up with the name “monster walk.” Find a monster that walks like that… We dare you. Nevertheless, the coveted monster walk exercise is a time-honored tradition for anyone looking to activate the hip and glute muscles. Rehab and sports medicine professionals have recently started […]

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Have You Fallen for Kinesiology Taping False Prophets?

June 13, 2017

Myth busters, or myth builders? A recent blog post (from a company that shall remain nameless) that tried to clear up kinesiology tape misconceptions unfortunately perpetuated them. While the mechanisms in the article sound ‘scientific,’ there’s a complete lack of scientific proof in the article, and what IS there is all the same stuff we’ve heard […]

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4 Ways Sampling Can Create Staggering Revenue

June 9, 2017

No, it’s not opposite day; providing your patients (or potential patients) with free products is a valuable way to not only meet their needs, but your own. Sampling is a time-honored tradition in many retail establishments (most notably, grocery stores) that helps establishments get their products into the hands of their target audiences. If you’re […]

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How to Design and Conduct Really Reliable Research

June 8, 2017

We’ve all seen the spectrum of research that’s published nowadays, whether it’s the good, the bad or the straight-up irrelevant. Producing quality, clinically-significant research is the backbone of growth in any clinical field, which beckons the willing and qualified to begin producing studies that will make a difference. After being heavily involved in all things […]

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Why Mastering the Stability/Mobility Continuum Helps You Improve Lives

June 6, 2017

The human body is a beautiful and complex system of interactions, full of intricate webs of interconnectivity. Clinicians who specialize in movement systems have always been at the forefront of these discoveries. When patients come to your office, it’s usually due to complaints of pain or dysfunction that’s affecting their daily lives. Through careful analysis, […]

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Why Working Out at Work Works Best

June 1, 2017

Workplace wellness is quite popular today as employers seek to reduce work-related injury and healthcare costs. Danish researchers including TRAC member Lars Andersen PhD have studied workplace exercises with TheraBand® resistance in several settings. In slaughterhouse workers with chronic musculoskeletal pain, a 10-week, 10-minute exercise program performed at work including the FlexBar® was more effective […]

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Can Strength Actually be Measured with Elastic Resistance?

May 31, 2017

It’s ultimately dealer’s choice when it comes to how clinicians approach measuring strength. Traditionally, dynamometry devices and manual muscle testing have been reliable methods of strength measurement; however, the brawn of these devices lie in the measurement of isolated muscle strength in clinical and research settings. On the other hand, the repetition maximum (RM) method […]

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The Two Best Lower Body Exercises for Bedridden Patients

May 26, 2017

We know that bed rest is bad for us, leading to rapid declines in muscle mass and strength. Active exercise has recently gained support in the research and medical community for hospitalized patients. Unfortunately, many people in actue or long-term-care settings are limited in their strengthening options when confined to a hospital bed. Use elastic […]

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