As basic as it sounds, to truly change movement, we must change the way that we think. Dr. Trent Nessler explains more after the click.
The Triple Hop and Stop evaluates lower body movement patterns by focusing on counter-movement and landing, which can help identify higher risk movement patterns.
MS, ASCC, BWLA, Director of Performance for STACK Velocity Sports Performance
Looking for a better treatment solution for your patients with spinal issues? Read what Dr. Vicki Sims has to say about the Restorative Disc Program.
PT, CHT, Co-Director Gainsville Physical Therapy
When Hurley pro surfer John John Florence needed physical therapy for 2 ankle injuries, Mark Kozuki, PT, worked with Florence to get him back on the waves. Read more about his treatment after the click.
PT, Owner of Elite Performance PT
Dr. Trent Nessler hones in on the gluteus medius and why strengthening muscles the right way is important for the entire kinetic chain.
Dr. Sue Falsone examines some of the common misconceptions surrounding dry needling and shares her personal experience with the technique – click inside to learn more!
PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, COMT, first female head athletic trainer in any of the four major sports in the US
Part 2: Dr. Trent Nessler further explains how the patient’s mind and body have to be taken care of for success returning back to sport.
It’s time to get ACL prevention and rehabilitation treatments right – Dr. Kevin Wilk challenges you to think about how functional movement testing could make an impact on both fronts.
PT, DPT, FAPTA
Do you meet the psychological needs presented by patient-athletes? Dr. Trent Nessler dives into necessary changes needed in the PT industry.