by Dr. Tyler Foster, PT, DPT The recent FIFA World Cup held in Russia, and the announcement of North America hosting the 2026 World Cup has led to an increase in American youth participating in soccer, and this increase goes far beyond your average Sunday morning kick around. Nowadays, kids interested in playing soccer don’t … Continue reading Stopping Injuries and Blocking Goals
Thinking about running? Heres what every new runner should know. -By Dr. Brian Hay, DPT, MS, OCS Now that you’ve made the decision, just like any new activity, it’s important to approach it with a plan. Often many people start running but easily become turned off, simply because they run too much too soon and … Continue reading Couch to 5K Week 1: Where Should I Start?
by Dr. Michael Glassman, DPT In recent years there have been growing concerns for football players staying safe on the field, and many people brush it off saying this generation just needs to toughen up. Maybe that’s true, or maybe we just haven’t been focusing on the facts. Between 1997 and 2005, the number of … Continue reading Take to the field this summer, but don’t forget your water!
by Kristen Lakoma, Registered Dietitian with Evolution Nutrition Summer is here and it is HOT right now. This means staying hydrated is more important than ever. When you’re outside enjoying the great weather, you need to make sure that you’re drinking enough to replenish yourself. Water is an essential nutrient for the entire body. It … Continue reading It’s Getting Hot in Here, So Drink Up All Your Water
by Dr. Kayleigh Melroy, DPT, OCS Whether you are a recreational or competitive sailor, physical fitness is important. Common sailing injuries involve arm and shoulder issues, as well as low back and soft tissue injuries, but keeping yourself strong and flexible can help reduce your injury risk. The awkward positions you’re required to take, … Continue reading It’s Smooth Sailing From Here