Tag: injury management

When Injuries Happen…

Exercise is essential for maximum health and optimal function through the lifespan. Unfortunately, and despite our best intentions, we are occasionally sidelined from our exercise endeavors by an injury. This usually doesn’t mean the end of our fitness or athletic careers, but having an understanding of what’s going on — and what we should do about — an injury, can…

Ep066 – PT Basics…Training with Injury Using the Orthopedic Workaround

Ep066 – PT Basics…Training with Injury Using the Orthopedic Workaround

 
 
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Life happens. Injuries happen. But that’s not the end of the world. You can still make progress in fitness and athletics when you are injured…you just have to be creative and intelligent in your approach. There truly is a way when there is a will, and this show explains all about how to train with injury using the Orthopedic Workaround.

Ep053 – PT Basics…Fundamentals of Physical Therapy

Ep053 – PT Basics…Fundamentals of Physical Therapy

 
 
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Physical therapy basics are the fundamental elements of training and rehabilitation. They are the bedrock of Lifetime Body products and services. Using a strong foundation in anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics, we can analyze human performance. Movement dysfunction can be identified, and the root causes of physical inefficiencies can be overcome. That’s what this show is all about.

Ep039 – Dealing With Injuries…Part 2 (Chronic)

Ep039 – Dealing With Injuries…Part 2 (Chronic)

 
 
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Chronic injuries can plague our efforts to reach higher performance levels and to train in a pain-free manner. In this episode we discuss some of the underlying principles of movement dysfunction and management. More details are also available in the recent article I posted on this subject.

Dealing With Injuries…Part 2 – Chronic

In last week’s article we looked at acute injury, as well as the cellular mechanisms and management progressions associated with damaged tissue. We recognized acute injuries as instantaneous, event-related episodes and gave some examples of how our bodies, and minds, deal with those situations. Now we are going to examine chronic injuries. This will benefit from some defining and also…