Running is the most practical and accessible form of exercise in the United States. An estimated 47 million American’s participate in weekly running as their primary form of exercise. One of the main reasons for this is whether you are training for a 5K, using it as cross-training, or trying to stay in shape, all…

Recent evidence supports the use of high-velocity, low-amplitude thrust manipulation (cracking the back) to the thoracic spine in people with neck pain. You read that right, cracking your back (midback, the thoracic spine to be specific) helps with neck pain, but what about cervical radiculopathy? We have all heard the song, the head bone is…

What is the #1 issue facing female athletes, that they are too embarrassed to talk about….urinary incontinence in athletes. There is a lot of confusion surrounding urinary incontinence in athletes. Some of the most common questions we hear are:  Sometimes, I pee with jumping. Is that normal? NO Is it common? YES Is there something…

What is Blood Flow Restriction Training and Can it Aid in the Rehabilitation Process? There are two leading concepts that lead to muscular hypertrophy and increased strength: the cellular environment and the overload principle. The overload principle states that in order to increase muscular strength, one must stress a muscle beyond its limit in order…