dorsaVi Movement Suite

Analyzing Complex Movement is No Longer a Pain in the Back

Developed by dorsaVi, ViMove™ is a wireless sensor technology that can be used to objectively and accurately measure movement and muscle activity, help assess treatment options and guide a safe recovery. ViMove provides visual, objective and easily interpreted data to improve patient assessments, choose and manage treatment options and document therapy progress. The ViMove Low Back module features a variety …

Andrew Ronchi

Andrew Ronchi

CEO of dorsaVi

Shoulder Rehab Phase 3: Advanced Strengthening Phase

Shoulder Rehab Phase 3: Advanced Strengthening Phase

Before you read “Shoulder Rehab Phase 3: Advanced Strengthening Phase”: You can save 30% on Dr. Kevin Wilk Treatment of the Shoulder and Knee Continuing Education Courses through MeyerPT! Dr. Kevin Wilk has led a distinguished career and is well-known for having performed rehab on several standout athletes including: Michael Jordan, Eli Manning, John Cena, Bo Jackson, Charles Barkley, Derek Jeter, Drew Brees, HHH, Scottie Pippen, …

Dr. Kevin Wilk

Dr. Kevin Wilk

PT, DPT, FAPTA

The Future of Proprioceptive Training - Small Nerve Stimulation

The Future of Proprioceptive Training | Small Nerve Stimulation

When you hear the words “proprioceptive training” what comes to mind? If you do a Google image search for these two words you will get hundreds of pictures demonstrating balance exercises on unstable surfaces. Despite the popularity of these unstable surfaces how effective are they for improving balance or proprioception? Surprisingly, not as good as their manufacturers would like us …

Dr. Emily Splichal

Dr. Emily Splichal

Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist

Intro to Soma Training

Intro to Soma Training

Dr. Guy Voyer, a world-renowned osteopath and the creator of the Soma Therapy/Soma Training programs, says it best, “why address the contents before correcting the container?” FASCIA Undoubtedly, within the last decade, across the US, there has been an increase in awareness of fascia in manual medicine and performance therapy. Yet, this global connective tissue is nothing new to the …

Jason Amstutz

Dr. Jason Amstutz

Doctor of Chiropractic, CCSP*, RTP, CSCS

RockTape Medical Director Dr. Steve Capobianco discusses Kinesiology Taping for Low Back Pain

RockTape Medical Director Dr. Steve Capobianco Discusses Kinesiology Taping for Low Back Pain

How can clinicians integrate kinesiology taping into care plans for low back pain patients? The integration of kinesiology taping can be considered an extension of your hands-on therapy. More and more research is supporting the use of taping to mitigate both acute and chronic back pain (1). By simply applying tape to the affected area, a patient can experience improvement …

Steven Capobianco

Steven Capobianco

Medical Director for RockTape

Posture Basics

Improving Posture For Your Patients

Did you know there have been long-standing discussions tying together poor posture and depression? Of course, it’s not shocking that the two are linked. After all, slumping compresses the front of the body and weakens the back, which can impact breathing and digestion. When you think of a confident, happy individual, you most likely imagine a man or woman standing in a …

Lori Harrison

Lori Harrison

Corporate Fitness Manager and Certified Personal Trainer

Tips from the Experts: Treating the Cervical Thoracic Junction

Tips from the Experts: Treating the Cervical Thoracic Junction

The Missing Link in Relieving Shoulder Tension & Neck Pain The average American spends around 45 minutes a day commuting to and from work, and spends incredible 11 hours a day in poor positions and postures watching TV, surfing the internet on their phones, and working on their computers. These activities are often performed sitting down, which done repetitively over …

Sue Falsone PT

Sue Falsone

PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, COMT, first female head athletic trainer in any of the four major sports in the US

Hamstring Strain Exercises

The Top 4 Modifiable Risk Factors for Hamstring Strains

4 Reasons “Tight” Hamstrings Lead to Hamstring Strains Have you ever strained your hamstring before? You’re not alone! Hamstring strain injuries are among the most common acute musculoskeletal injury in the United States. Athletes who participate in track and field, soccer, and football are especially prone to these injuries given the sprinting demands of these sports. One study found that …

The Prehab Guys - Michael Lau, Arash Maghsoodi, and Craig Lindell

The Prehab Guys

Doctor of Physical Therapy Students and Strength and Conditioning Specialists

HyperIce Vyper

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