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  • Dec

    4


    Your Back and Your Nutrition

    Posted by Dr. Jennifer Sacheck on Dec 4, 2017 9:55 am
    Your back – which many of us think of as some compilation of vertebrae, discs, muscles and tendons – is typically not the first place that we would consider suffering the consequences of not eating well. But just like our vital organs, our back benefits enormously from optimal nutrition (and exe ... Read more >
  • Nov

    27


    Musculoskeletal Conditions During Pregnancy

    Posted by Amber Davenport, DPT, Aspen Club Sports Medicine Clinic on Nov 27, 2017 9:07 am
    Pregnant women experience countless physiological changes in their bodies. From hormonal changes to low back pain, it is no wonder many women in the prenatal period seek care for management of musculoskeletal conditions. As pregnancy progresses women experience weight gain as well as c ... Read more >
  • Nov

    27


    Posture, Mobility, and Stability

    Posted by Bill Fabrocini, PT, CSCS on Nov 27, 2017 4:04 am
    Learning Objectives: Define the importance of posture, stability, and mobility and explain how they relate to one another. Understand how posture, stability, and mobility independently and collectively affect movement. ... Read more >
  • Nov

    20


    Reducing Risk of Knee Injury in Sport

    Posted by Amber Davenport, DPT, Aspen Club Sports Medicine Clinic on Nov 20, 2017 9:14 am
    The knee is a complex joint which contains many structures susceptible to injury. Some of the most common knee injures in an athletic population include ACL and MCL tears, meniscus tears, and patellar pain. The knee joint contains bones, cartilage, ligaments, and tendons along with other neurovascul ... Read more >
  • Nov

    20


    Mobility Matters

    Posted by Bill Fabrocini, PT, CSCS on Nov 20, 2017 9:10 am
    In my last article I discussed how important it is to move correctly when exercising. Everything we do in the gym — squats, lunges, pushing, pulling, rotating — should become a reflection of what we do in everyday life including our recreational sports. Longevity of our body’s, especially our ... Read more >
  • Nov

    13


    The Gluten-Free Craze

    Posted by Dr. Jennifer Sacheck on Nov 13, 2017 9:00 am
    Gluten-free is all the rage these days: more and more restaurants are introducing gluten-free menu items, supermarkets have entire aisles dedicated to gluten-free foods, and increasingly, we hear that in order to lose weight, we need to cut all gluten from our diets. In 2015, the gluten-free market ... Read more >
  • Nov

    6


    A Cleanse for Everyone

    Posted by Dr. Jennifer Sacheck on Nov 6, 2017 9:15 am
    If you want to see me grit my teeth, ask me about a cleanse — a one-week kick-start to a whole-new-better-you simply by subsisting on a “proven” blend of herbs, juices, and whatnot. Even better, proclaim that you’re doing a cleanse — and that it’s worth every penny you paid to an online ... Read more >
  • Oct

    25


    Going to the Gym

    Posted by Bill Fabrocini, PT, CSCS on Oct 25, 2017 9:13 am
    I spend a great deal of time in the gym, lots and lots of gyms all over the country. It is part of my job both as a physical therapist and trainer. Much of the time I watch and observe in frustration as people lift weights with no thought at all about the alignment of their joints, particularly thei ... Read more >
  • Oct

    18


    The Importance of Recovery

    Posted by Jeremy James on Oct 18, 2017 9:22 am
    In all things in life, most of us want to work smarter and not harder. For our physical wellbeing, recovery is one of the keys to working as smartly as possible. Many people have a hard time wrapping their heads around this concept. I like to think of it this way: you are making those gains in stren ... Read more >