The staff at Drayer Physical Therapy Institute has a wealth of experience helping athletes recover from serious knee injuries, and they’re using that knowledge to try to reduce the number they see in the future.
By Mark Young, PT, DPT, Drayer Physical Therapy Institute Article originally published at https://drayerpt.com/blog/golf-warm-up-to-prevent-injury-and-enhance-performance/ The smell of fresh-cut grass, the warmth of the rising sun, and the peaceful quiet of a golf course on a summer morning: what a great way to start the day. Many people crowd around the first tee, eagerly awaiting the … Continue reading Drayer Download: Try This Golf Warm-Up to Prevent Injury and Enhance Performance
“The Thrower’s 10” program was developed out of a need to train the arm for the specific demands of overhead athletes, particularly baseball pitchers.
There are many simple things coaches, parents, and players can do to combat the growing rate of youth baseball injuries.
Arm injuries to baseball pitcher have been on the rise since the early 2000s and reached epidemic proportions.
We often plan to get a good night of rest before an interview, presentation or big test. Sleep calms our brain under stressful situations and restores nutrients to prevent mental fatigue.
Spring is almost here and with it come the crack of the bat, the roar of the crowd and fresh dirt on the pants of youth baseball players everywhere. Kids love to throw, catch and slide, but these motions can result in injury.
Distance. Accuracy. Consistency. Those are goals for which every golfer strives – and that so often seem unattainable.
So you made a fitness-related New Year’s resolution, and you’re still going strong after a month. Sadly, statistics suggest that fewer than 50 percent of resolutions survive for more than four months. Weight loss is the most common resolution, but most individuals who lose weight will gain it back and then some.
Consider these tips that will help keep you healthy so you can enjoy a successful half-marathon or marathon.