Home / Blog / Archive by category "Injury Prevention"

Injury Prevention

Pelvic Therapy

How can pelvic floor problems develop? The pelvic floor muscles can be weakened by childbirth, surgery, heavy lifting, being overweight, menopause or constipation. For other patients, the pelvic floor muscles may be overactive.  Over activity in your pelvic floor muscles can cause difficulty with intercourse, emptying your bladder or bowel, and using a tampon. Patients with overactive pelvic floor muscles won’t benefit from strengthening the pelvic floor because they need to be taught how to re...
Read More

Did I Tear My Achilles?

Achilles Tendon Tears By Susan Leung, PT First, Kobe Bryant tears his Achilles tendon in 2013. And just a few months ago, it was announced that Marcus Decousins had done the same. What is happening to all these NBA stars? What is the Achilles tendon? Is there something that can be done to prevent these terrible injuries if I’m a basketball player? Well, you have just landed yourself on the right blog. Prepare to be enlightened.   The Achilles Tendon We have talked about tendons in the past, ...
Read More

Weight training and Form

Form Is King By Chris Chee, PT There's more to exercise than repetitions Exercising provides us with numerous benefits; they can make us stronger, make us faster, make us more flexible, give us more energy, and help with pain to name a few. But to get the most out of our exercises they need to be performed correctly. An exercise performed improperly will not give us the benefits we are looking for but more importantly can lead to injury. Compensating is a common cause of performing an exer...
Read More
Top