An estimated 1 in every 3 people has tennis elbow at some time in their lives. This common yet painful condition can be treated though! We have done our research to provide you with the top 5 exercises for tennis elbow to help get you back into the swing of things in no time. These exercises can bring tennis elbow pain relief … Read More
Patterns & Pain, Stability & Mobility, What do They Have in Common?
Welcome to another article written by intern Marvin Perkins during his mentorship at ReVITALize Rehab Club. The topic at hand is to determine which factor is important during your physical therapy rehabilitation or sports medicine performance enhancement experiences. This complex but crucial topic was meaningful for Marvin since he was dealt with a common but under-managed sports injury. As a … Read More
We Got the Power! Four Power Tests Professional Sports Teams Are Using To Test Their Athletes.
This article is designed to help you to learn the 4 power tests we use and other professional sports teams are using to assess for power. You can train hard but it may not be translating towards power. If you have to train one region of your body, which includes the upper body, spinal core, or lower body, would you … Read More
Why should eye-hand coordination matter to your spinal tension?
Eye-hand coordination is more than the idea of see and catch. What matters to most people is to move and to perform at a comfortable level. If you look at the brain, almost a third of your mind is dedicated to using your eyes! That should give you an idea of how vital your vision systems are. As a duel … Read More
Why Biomechanics Still Matter in the Treatment of LBP
This article is a treat for someone who wants to learn about the evolution and philosophy of Physical Therapy. As you desire to learn more about the management of your lower back pain, Dr. James Taylor summarized this podcast. He is a Doctor of Physical Therapy intern. This article’s objective is to help people understand that there is no medical … Read More
Pitching with a sway and how it can impact your rotational power.
Swaying is one of the big 12 pitching technical characteristics that OnBASE University have identified. This article will dive into what swaying looks like and what can lead to swaying. All of the identified big 12 does not necessarily equate to poor performance. But when a pitcher has trouble with consistent delivery, understanding how your physical body make-up can give … Read More
What a Holistic Multi-Factorial Physical Therapy Approach Looks Like.
Preface. This article is a summary of one of the podcasts that we host called “Awakening the Physio”, where Dr. Ngo elaborates on how he brings a holistic approach to a singular field of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. You can listen to the podcast as linked below. As part of Dr. James Taylor’s mentorship, he graciously took on this task … Read More
Common 3 structures in your lower back that you need to know before having lower back surgery.
You have back pain that is tight, stiff, or sharp. Your morning pain could be something you are having a hard time shaking off. Or is it the idea of picking something off from the floor? With many people experiencing lower back pain, there are only a handful of lower back pain diagnosis that account for the majority of the … Read More
Why Long Beach’s premiere Sports clinic is using blood flow restriction (BFR) training and how it can help you?
There is conclusive evidence that Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) training will help you tremendously. If you have any injuries that have not allowed you to do “real” sustainable strength training, this is a must read. As Long Beach’s most sought after Sports Medicine Physical Therapy professional, blood flow restriction training has been an important piece in helping triathletes, weightlifting enthusiasts, … Read More
Early flexion in pitching and arm pain.
12 key characteristics are described by OnbaseU that can impact a pitcher’s consistency, promote overload problems like tendinitis, and potential loss of playing time. The one pitching characteristics that this article will talk about is called Early Flexion. Before we go into what Early Flexion is and the possible consequences of Early Flexion from a medical standpoint, let us establish … Read More