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Hardware vs Software: Part I - Quality vs Quantity

It seems that strength and conditioning coaches just want their athletes to perform lifts and exercises at a certain threshold of skill, and then they just don’t care anymore. 386 more words

Training

Well-Rounded Treatment Approach Improves Recovery For Patients

Summer in Colorado is a beautiful season. Some mornings, if I get out early enough, I am able to enjoy the cool air while relishing the majestic landscape of the foothills. 932 more words

Denver-metro Physical Therapy

Prevention Tactics for Shin Splints, Part 2

Last week we talked about how the design of your exercise program could impact your likelihood of shin splints, and how you (or your coach or trainer) can design a program that decreases your risk. 1,021 more words

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury - By Ben Serpell

In this lecture, Ben gave an insight into his experience as a rehabilitation practitioner and current researcher (PhD) on anterior cruciate ligament injuries. The presentation covered areas including knee anatomy and kinematics, risk factors, mechanisms, surgical repair, prevention and rehabilitation/return to play. 1,298 more words

Expert Lecture Review

Ice versus Heat for Injury Recovery

By Marisa Ruwe, IPC Student Worker

When an injury like a pulled muscle or sprained ligament occurs, it is common to be confused on how to use ice and heat to properly treat it. 615 more words

Fitness

Trying to improve your running speed?

Cross training could be the answer-not to mention, help with injury prevention! Check out these great cross training suggestions from Runner’s World online!

http://www.runnersworld.com/running-tips/jump-in-to-cross-training?cm_mmc=NL-TrainingExtra-_-1787918-_-07292014-_-Cross-Train-to-Get-Faster

Running

Plantar Fasciitis Professionals

You wake up in the morning, step out of bed, and – Yeeooww!! – feel a sharp pain in your heel. This is the classic symptom of… 378 more words

Injury Prevention