Cupping, Scraping, and Functional Dry Needling: How These Tools Can Help Decrease Your Pain And Improve Movement and Function.
All three of these tools are utilized in the clinic to help decrease pain, inflammation, and muscle tension in order to help our patients regain function and get back to the activities they love. Although these are great to use; they are not meant to be the end all be all. They are used in conjunction with hands on techniques to get our patients back to sport. Below we will discuss each one in detail and how they can be added to a plan of care.
I think I speak for almost every avid golfer when I say that we all want to improve our scores! Did you know that it could be something as simple as hip mobility keeping you from that. We see many people in the clinic with either too much or too little hip mobility. This blog will discuss ways to test your hip mobility at home, how to improve it, and how to put that into your swing to gain yardage and money in your pocket from your buddies.
Wrist pain is something that causes many athletes to have to modify their workouts and if it gets bad enough stop working out all together. It's hard to know what to do about wrist pain. Read below for a background on why it is happening as well as learn some tips on what to do to reduce pain as well as how to fix it.
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