As a Climber, Why Should I Care? Because rock climbing injuries can keep you from doing what you love. That trip to Yosemite or Castle rock? Done. That weeknight pick me up at your favorite indoor climbing gym? Out of the question. Injuries can have a long-lasting, negative effect not only on climbing but daily…

Welcome to part one of a series designed to highlight common injuries in the many types of athletes that we see here at COR. These educational pieces are designed to help you understand the common pathologies of your sport, how to prevent them and how physical therapy can help optimize your health and performance. This…

The shoulder is one of the most complex joints in the human body. The many tendons, ligaments, and muscles that hold it together give it an incredible range of motion. Unfortunately, this freedom of motion makes it the most unstable joint in the body. As tendons are stretched during movement, they can be rubbed and pinched…

A painful shoulder in sports is one of the most common complaints. Athletes, especially young overhead athletes, suffer from shoulder pain at higher numbers than non-athletes. Shoulder pain doesn’t discriminate. Painful shoulders affect all genders, ages, and sports. If you suffer from shoulder pain, your actions in and out of your sport may be contributing…

Swimming as a college freshman is a unique experience.  A college freshman swimmer rarely experiences such changes in their career because of their unique inexperience as well as their exceptional experience in and out of the pool. If it sounds confusing, it’s because it is. Collegiate athletes have a lot to learn in their first…

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