6+ Ski Exercises For Peak Condition Carve up your favorite trails all day long on day 1 with these curated exercises from Neil Mackenzie, PT, focused on improving the power and control you need to set an edge and ultimately preventing classic ACL skiing injuries. Video and written descriptions below:…Read More
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When Kate Martin-Bonhaus first came to us, she was suffering from years of chronic pain and depression. “This winter, I didn’t think I was going to make it out. I was really having to push myself through lots of things…you feel edgy and angry because you hurt. And you’re not…Read More
Desk Ergonomics 101
Desk Ergonomics 101 Ergonomics, the study of people’s efficiency in their working environment, has helped to reduce the severity of work-related musculoskeletal disorders, improve productivity, and lessen overall muscle fatigue. It doesn’t matter if you work at a desk, in a warehouse, on an assembly line, or something completely different;…Read More
Is Hip Surgery Right For You?
A year ago, Bill Samuels could barely walk. Today, you’ll find him golfing throughout the week, carrying his clubs all over the hilly 18 holes of his local golf course.Read More
Biased Back Pain
One way PTs diagnose low back pain is to recognize its bias. Billy explains flexion vs. extension bias.Read More
Pain and Resilience: What I’ve Learned
Pain, Resilience, and Opportunity by Bill Cioffredi, PT Over the course of my 30-plus-year career as a physical therapist, I have gotten a lot of satisfaction from helping people deal with what I saw as a lot of mechanical kinds of pain, and if I could help them with their…Read More
Fall Speaker Series 2016 Recap
FALL SPEAKER SERIES * Pain and Resiliency: An Opportunity * Our Fall Speaker Series took place on Wednesday, November 2, 2016 here at Cioffredi & Associates|The Institute for Health & Human Performance, and if you weren’t able to be here, we have good news! You can watch both presentations…Read More