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Rehab Patient’s Story Supporting Aquatic Therapy Benefits

| February 21, 2014 | Reply
Rehab Patient’s Story Supporting Aquatic Therapy Benefits

Physical Therapy in water is not something new! This concept exists for a long time and its benefits lie in the buoyancy (which reduces the joints stress) as well as to the viscosity of water (which provides a great source of resistance). Another story recently come into public comes to strengthen the opinion that Aquatic […]

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Certified Trainer Gives Positive Feedback on AIS

| February 18, 2014 | 4 Replies
Certified Trainer Gives Positive Feedback on AIS

A former accountant and bookkeeper, now Certified Trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Patricia Akins recently shared her experience on Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) and the potential of this amazing stretching type (for information on the several stretching types click here)! We’ve published an extended report in AIS and its benefits and the feedback we’ve […]

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Local Athletes share a simple tip to avoid injuries: Stretching

| February 18, 2014 | Reply
Local Athletes share a simple tip to avoid injuries: Stretching

Jeremy Brown and Seth Cooke, two local athletes, recently shared a simple tip that gave them the opportunity to both prevent injuries and recover faster from an injury! The point behind their plan lies on the fact that part of the preparation for a race should definitely be (apart from hard training)  a relaxation period which […]

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Olympic Committee’s National Medical Network accepts Physical Therapy Clinic

| February 17, 2014 | Reply
Olympic Committee’s National Medical Network accepts Physical Therapy Clinic

This is great news for all us who strongly believe on the potential of physical therapy is amazing! Renue Physical Therapy Clinic is the second clinic in Michigan to be accepted in this network that was first launhced on August 2013. This network includes facilities that offer services like orthopedic medicine, physical medicine primary care […]

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Self-Healing MCL Sprain – Part III: Gym Recovery

| February 13, 2014 | 4 Replies
Self-Healing MCL Sprain – Part III: Gym Recovery

It’s about time to share the last part of my MCL Sprain Story and how i fixed it on my own! It’s been a long time since posting part II but this was in order to make sure my approach was effective in long terms. In order to learn how this sprain took place check […]

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Can Yoga Beat Low Back Pain?

| February 12, 2014 | 2 Replies
Can Yoga Beat Low Back Pain?

Yesterday we had the opportunity to read a really interesting article/interview on the prestigious Huffington Post regarding the potential of Yoga poses against Back Pain. Eva Norlyk Smith, a managing editor at YogaUOnline,  interviewed yoga therapist Robin Rothenberg, who is also famous for his yoga protocal that was used for one of the first NIH-funded studies on yoga for […]

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Skier fully recovers from neck breaking accident in 2 months!

| February 9, 2014 | Reply
Skier fully recovers from neck breaking accident in 2 months!

The amazing potential of a combination of surgery/physiotherapy and stretching is impressive! Almost 45 days after the tragic accident of the F1 Legend, Michael Schumacher we have some good and insipring news to broadcast. 23-year old Anderson Taylor while skiing at Les Deux Alpes (a snow park which has the largest skiable glacier in Europe) […]

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Resistance Stretching

| December 18, 2013 | Reply
Resistance Stretching

by Fitness Pro Chuck Rowland Resistance stretching combines flexibility, strength training and core development. This technique dynamically lengthens and strengthens muscles simultaneously. With eccentric contraction as its foundation, resistance stretching produces immediate and cumulative results that leave muscles energized. Probably what distinguishes resistance stretching from other flexibility modalities are its ability to remove muscle tension […]

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Self-Healing MCL Sprain – Part II: Home Recovery

| December 12, 2013 | 5 Replies
Self-Healing MCL Sprain – Part II: Home Recovery

A quick synopsis of my situation.. after a slip in a wet soccer field and a series of soccer/tennis matches i ended up suffering from an MCL sprain (probably Grade I) that was making it almost impossible even to jog (find more here). This brought memories  of a traumatic experience of a really serious patellar […]

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Self-Healing MCL Sprain – Part I: How it happened

| December 3, 2013 | Reply
Self-Healing MCL Sprain – Part I: How it happened

Hello again! After receiving extremely positive feedback on the introductory post of my “Self-Healer” Section truth is i can’t wait to publish my next post!  I thought that it would make sense if i would start with an ongoing injury and my efforts to self-heal asap! Let’s get to the point immediately! How it happened? It […]

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