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Shoulder Pain and Impingement

Shoulder impingement syndrome is a common cause of shoulder pain. The symptoms can be pain with overhead activities, such as reaching, throwing, tennis serves, or putting clothes on. There may also be painful popping or clicking when you reach your … Continue reading

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Exercise of the Week: Mobility Series- Thoracic

Over the previous several weeks we have focused on exercises to improve your overall stability. For this next series, we will focus on exercises to help you increase your mobility.  Mobility is a critical component of movement, and complements stability … Continue reading

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Exercise of the Week: Last of the Ski Conditioning Series- Single Leg Deadlift

The single leg deadlift is an exercise that incorporates core and glut activation as well as balance, both of which are critical to good, safe skiing. It is important that you are able to perform a hip hinge properly before … Continue reading

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But I Can’t Roll…Some Exercise Progressions

The other day we talked about how to assess your core function by rolling.  Hopefully, you tried it out, and if you did found you could do it.  But I bet a number of you had trouble with at least … Continue reading

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