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Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome If you have ulnar nerve irritation at the elbow, the good news is, that Physical Therapy has been shown to have a high success rate with symptoms of cubital tunnel syndrome often resolving within 2-3 months. The ulnar nerve irritation is often...
Can you Strengthen Cartilage?

Can you Strengthen Cartilage?

Improving Joint Cartilage Health. Video Version  Many people believe articular (hyaline) cartilage can’t be strengthened, but this isn’t true. Research shows that cartilage can thicken in response to loading (Tuna et al 2016, Multanen et al 2014) and get...
Introducing: RockTape X RHEON™

Introducing: RockTape X RHEON™

Introducing: RockTape X RHEON™ The NEW ROCKTAPE has arrived The world’s first strain reactive smart tape that stiffens in response to your movement. What is RHEON™? RHEON™ is a super polymer that progressively stiffens when placed under increasing...
TriggerPoint – Research and Rolling Update

TriggerPoint – Research and Rolling Update

Research and Rolling Update Delayed Onset of Fatigue Healey et al. (2013) conducted a study comparing the impact of foam rolling with a 30-second plank exercise on athletic performance. While no significant differences were observed in isometric squat movements, jump...

Perfect Posture Competition

At some point in our evolutionary journey posture became one of the defining visual features of our dominance, spending more time on two legs, and becoming more upright. In more recent centuries, the importance of posture has permeated many echelons of society,...

Why has my cup got a hole in it? New research.

New Cupping for back pain research. Image from: de Melo Salemi et al (2021) It is reassuring to see an emergence of more dry cupping research with improved study methods. I always joke that unless a research study has a comparison group then it’s not really research!...