If you or any of your friends are runners, chances are that you’ve found yourself talking about your injuries at some point.
So you’re ready to hit the ground running, literally. Before you do, there are a few things you should check to make sure your risk for injury is as low as it can be.
You have had low back pain for a few months now and tried all kinds of stretches twisting you in 10 different directions.
We are going to take a look at a few upper extremity (UE) accessory exercises that should be used by all CrossFit athletes, and overhead athletes in general.
As the weather warms up, more New Yorkers are leaving the gym and hitting the pavement.
Every day I ride the R train into Manhattan, and I cringe as I watch everyone’s posture with their cell phones. The amount of patients we treat with neck pain has increased steadily over the last few years…