Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a very common condition, it can cause pain, numbness, weakness or tingling in the hand and wrist. It’s caused by pressure put on the median nerve, which is a nerve in your wrist that runs from the forearm to the thumb and first three fingers. The nerve runs through a small […]
Join Zach in this week’s Exercise of the Week and learn how to do a correct side plank. The side plank is one of the most common exercises for core stability, learn how to do one correctly to avoid injury and gain more core and back stability.
Exercise of the Week – Standing Hip Hinge. If you’ve been following our weekly exercise videos, you probably remember our hip hinge for better body mechanics video. Here’s another great option. This is a standing hip hinge exercise to help prevent lower back pain.
If you’ve been to a gym recently, or read a fitness magazine, you’ve probably at least seen or heard of a foam roller. It seems that everyone is using them and talking about them lately, but what do they really do? Are they worth all the hype they’re getting? The answer is, yes! When used […]
Unlocking the Shoulder: Easy Ways to Assess and Improve Your Shoulder Mobility Wednesday, April 12, 2017 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM Specht Physical Therapy 271 South Main Street, Providence, RI Looking to improve your golf swing or throwing performance? Want to decrease your difficulty with pull-ups and other overhead activities? Want to decrease your risk […]
“Hi Greg, Thank you for your videos. One question after viewing – I have seen core rotation machines in exercise gyms. Are they bad for your lower back? Thank you very much – Jane” When we walk into a gym to do our exercises, we assume every machine is safe and will help us achieve […]