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Self Myofascial Release: Proven to help you feel and move better

Self myofascial release tools, such as foam rollers, trigger point balls, and massage sticks have become some of the most popular tools used for corrective exercises, fitness, and sports performance.  In fact, performing self myofascial release has become almost a uniform component in the majority of fitness and sports performance programs. You can certainly argue the exact physiological benefit of performing self myofascial …

Mike Reinold PT

Mike Reinold

PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS, Co-Founder and President of Champion Physical Therapy and Performance

Doc N Roll Demonstration

The Doc N’ Roll: The Next Generation of Self Myofascial Release Tools

The Doc N’ Roll is the world’s first standing foam roller! No more lying down on floors. It’s a new way to foam roll! Stand-up foam rolling allows you to use your body weight to leverage pressure on the muscles that are typically difficult to get to with a traditional foam roller. The Doc N’ Roll is light, portable, has …

Craig Dossman

Dr. Craig Dossman, Jr.

DC, Creator of Dossman Advantage Taping (DAT), Inventor of MobiLOOP and author

APTA CSM Speakers at MeyerPT Booth

Our Recap of #APTACSM 2017

If you were at CSM or followed along through our MeyerPT Facebook page, you know we spent many hours last week meeting new faces and reconnecting with familiar ones! The products that were a big hit at our booth were Sombra Warm Therapy Natural Pain Relieving Gel, Sombra Cool Therapy Gel, the HyperIce HYPERSPHERE, Body SportPhysio Tape, the StepOne Recumbent Stepper and the Sierra Balance Table. We had …

4 Phases of Rehab for Patients with Shoulder Pain

4 Phases of Rehab for Patients with Shoulder Pain

The rehabilitation of the shoulder has evolved over the past 20 years. In the past, the rehab program focused on strengthening the rotator cuff muscles. Then Dr. Kibler and others taught us to also treat the scapular muscles and scapula posture. Since then numerous articles have been published suggesting GIRD (glenohumeral joint internal rotation deficit) was the cause of shoulder …

Dr. Kevin Wilk

Dr. Kevin Wilk