The average athlete has a much higher level of conditioning today than ever before. The minimum level of performance necessary for success is also higher than ever. The slightest nagging injury can make the difference between being a successful everyday player and riding the bench – or not having a job at all.
Originally developed in the 1970s, shockwave therapy has found success among athletes looking for an edge that helps them maintain top performance and recover quickly from injuries.
Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common and debilitating joint condition in the United States, affecting more than 19% of adults over age 45. That statistic is not only high, but it is alarming when considering it has more than doubled since the mid-20th Century. Scientists have attempted to explain the increase in OA by […]Read More (0)
Hamstring strains are common sports ailments. Many times, problems occur after previous strains. It is important to learn how Nordic hamstring exercises can prevent and help in the healing of these types of strains. Reasons to Perform Nordic Hamstring Exercises The best way to prevent strains is to perform certain exercises. By sticking to a […]Read More (0)