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The Best TMJ Exercises for Pain Relief
Behind low back pain and neck pain, jaw pain is the third most common muscuoloskeletal pain presentation in the United States. An estimated 75% of the U.S. population has experienced one or more signs of TMJ Disorder. Despite these stats, it’s rarely treated conservatively despite there being very effective interventions to reduce both clicking and jaw pain(dry needling, spinal manipulation,...
Knee Pain During Lunges
Many athletes struggle with knee pain during lunges. If you’re tired of having to skip or scale workouts because lunges hurt, we’ve got you covered with the 3 common lunge form corrections that will stress your knees less! Knee Pain During Lunges Fix #1 – Correct Your Weight Distribution Commonly, we see athletes distributing their weight during the lunge inefficiently,...
Pregnancy & Postpartum,
Leaking During Exercise
You’ve been told that leaking urine during lifting “is normal” after having a baby or getting older and lots of women deal with this issue. You’re tired of having a drawer full of black leggings for the gym and having to run to the bathroom to put a pad in just in case you pee during your workout. While it...
Pregnancy & Postpartum,
Core Bracing During Pregnancy
There is often a lot of conflicting information on abdominal strength work and core bracing during pregnancy. Far too often, women are instructed to avoid all core strength work. They also frequently get poor information on how to brace their core. At Onward Physical Therapy, one of the most prescribed exercises our women’s health physical therapists give clients is how...
CrossFit After Surgery
Since your surgery, you’ve thought non-stop about getting back into the gym. You miss RX’ing workouts, hitting PRs, and the post-WOD fist bumps. For the past few months you’ve seen more yellow therabands and pink dumbbells than you ever thought possible. The gap between these wimpy rehab exercises and snatches, muscle-ups, and deadlifts seems huge. You’re left with the thought...
Gymnastics Back Pain Rehab Keys
When assessing Gymnastics back pain related to back-bending skills these three things must be looked at to ensure a full recovery. Analyzing the reason why the back pain happened can be very useful in returning a gymnast safely to the sport and limiting the chances of a recurrence in the future. Being able to perform an effective back-handspring, Yurchenko, layout...
Are you running with a stress fracture?
Bone stress injuries (BSI) and Bone Stress Fractures are a commonly under-diagnosed running related injury. But many athletes are running with a bone stress injury, thinking it is a simple muscle strain or tendinitis. But bone stress fractures are significantly more challenging of a rehab process and more dangerous in terms of potentially leading to the end of your running...
Shoulder Pain with Kipping Pull-ups
One of the most common injuries seen in CrossFit athletes is shoulder pain, especially during the dynamic gymnastics movements performed in our training. If you are tired of dealing with shoulder pain with kipping pull-ups then we’ve got your fix! Strict Strength for Kipping Pull-ups I’m sure you have heard the phrase “strict before kipping” and we are here to...
The 3 Most Common Mistakes In Gymnastics Physical Therapy
Due to the complexity of Gymnastics, rehabbing from injury can be a difficult endeavor to take on. If the rehabilitation regimen used to treat most injuries is not specific to the sport of gymnastics, injuries tend to take longer to recover from and flare ups will continue to occur. Look out for these three common gymnastics physical therapy mistakes which...