By Tom Fontana, MSPT
With the warmer weather and recreational activities opening up, we’ll likely all be doing our fair share of rotational movements (e.g., raking, spreading mulch, golf/tennis/baseball/softball swings) in the coming weeks. A good way to prepare the … Read more »
Nothing is more frustrating than having a “simple” injury (e.g., a “simple ankle sprain” or a “simple muscle pull”) that doesn’t improve. “Simple” tennis elbow often qualifies.
In our June/July, 2016 newsletter, we outlined how age may influence true tendon … Read more »
An annoying affliction that can happen at this time of year, particularly as we start to engage in more outdoor recreational activities, is the dreaded elbow pain. The classic injuries are Golfer’s elbow (pain on the inside of the elbow) … Read more »