Dynamic warm ups increase core temperature, muscle temperature, elongates muscles, stimulates the nervous system and helps reduce risk for injury. This type of stretching is best utilized before activity while static stretching should be used to cooldown after activity.

Running-Injury---Returning-to-Running---Physical-Therapy
Health & Wellness
I think it all started when Julie Reathaford was hired — this dogged pursuit of achieving more. Ken Call had...
Running
Conditions
Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI as we commonly know it, is an imaging tool that allows us to visualize tissues...
Pain
Athletic Performance
As the seasons change and the sun makes its grand appearance, people pull out their swim suits and start jumping...
stretch, swimming
Athletic Performance
There are a lot of reasons why you might not be able to keep your lead arm straight as you...
Golf
Athletic Performance
Running could just be the perfect exercise. Running doesn’t require a membership, you don’t need a personal trainer, it gets...
Running
Fitness
Choosing where to go, packing your gear, and slipping into your hiking shoes are the first steps to an enjoyable...
hiking
Physical Therapy
What is a Concussion? A concussion is an injury to the brain that can happen after a hit to the...
Athletic Performance, Concussion, Youth Athletics
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy for Amputees The loss of a limb can be a traumatic experience, affecting an individual both emotionally and...
Physical Therapy
n addition to eating healthier, a proper pain-free functional exercise program designed just for you will help control and reduce the effects of diabetes.
Diabetes

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