Don’t fret parents! If your child is an athletic teenager experiencing joint or muscle pain surgery is not always the answer. In many cases the pain is a normal side effect of growth, treatable with physical therapy. Click the link below and read on to learn, first hand, how PT helped this young cheerleader.
Batter up with these easy to follow baseball conditioning exercises. Whether you play college, high school or little league level your season will benefit from Peak Performance’s Baseball Workout.
Disclaimer: These are general exercises that still require you to consult with your physical therapist. They are generally good for baseball and should be practiced in a safe area. Discontinue participation if you experience any pain or discomfort.
It’s Friday. Take a break, sit back and watch this Ted Talk. It explains why over the years athletes seem to be getting faster, better and stronger. Are we training harder? Is the species evolving? Tune in and learn why we shouldn’t be too quick to pat ourselves on the back for increased athletic talents.
A new NFL injury timeout rule would give Athletic Trainers significant power. Read the article below to get the low down on potential concussions.
Baseball training has begun and with the sport comes muscle imbalances that can only be corrected by training. Think about it; players over use the same arm to throw, the same side of the body to bat and run in the same direction over and over. Check out the link below for some important exercises that will not only correct muscle imbalances, but enhance over all strength as well.