Dealing with a bad (or mild) case of tendonitis?
I get it, that seems wrong doesn’t it?
When something hurts, we tend to stretch it instinctively. But are you finding that stretching is really helping your pain in the long term? Have you ever wondered why stretching sometimes makes your pain even worse?
“It hurts [here] when I run more than 12 miles” he told me.
Wondering if any other of his “normal” activities provoked his symptoms, I asked “when else throughout your day or week does this pain kick in?”.
I’m often asked what insurance I take at Limitless.
It’s a great question! And something I love talking about because, well…I do things a little different at my Physical Therapy clinic.
So here is my origin story and why I do what I do…
Neck pain might be common, but there are a few things that we can keep in mind while we train that might reduce your risk of struggling with neck pain in the future.
With that in mind, here are a few of the exact recommendations that I give to my patients who struggle with frequent bouts of neck pain while or after training:
there are consistent similarities that athletes struggling with persistent lateral knee pain share. So for those of you who haven't been able to fix your IT Band problems for years, and for those of you who are looking to try to prevent this kind of problem while running, biking, or CrossFitting in the future...here is exactly what I recommend to my patients...