Running Form – Do you have imbalances?

This post on running form is going to focus on the common injuries and biomechanical faults I see clinically.  There are multiple soft tissue and muscular-related damages that result anytime you push your body – we are speaking with running specifically in this instance, but it is by no means exclusive to that activity.  I’d like to start with arguably the most commonly injured muscle group, the hamstrings.  It can…

Core Stability & Back Pain

This post I would like to address the fundamental rationale for core stability training, as it relates to back pain.  Also, I intend to explain how muscular imbalances contribute to low back pain, specifically.  As a PT, my objective is always to give individuals exercise prescription that relates to his/her intended functional demands – walk, sit, stand, lift/carry, household demands, or athletic endeavors (to name a few) without pain or compensation. …