Learn how improving the rotation of your hips can help lead to a better golf swing in this article! Need a little help improving your internal or external rotation? Contact Specht today to set up a consultation- and start improving your golf game!
If you’ve ever wondered how to improve your swing mechanics, generate club head speed, and/or lengthen your back swing, have you considered increasing your mobility. Check out this article outlining how improving your mobility will improve your golf swing!
If you’re headed to the beach this weekend, here are some fun ways to make your fun in the sun also a way to #keepmoving! **If any of these activities cause pain or discomfort, please contact us for a movement consultation! https://blog.myfitnesspal.com/13-fun-ways-work-beach/
IT Band Syndrome – an overuse injury of the connective tissues located on the outer part of thigh and knee, causing pain and tenderness especially just above the knee joint- may be due to weak hip muscles! Talk to one of our physical therapists if you are experiencing any of these symptoms, and learn how […]
If the muscles of your legs get sore or tight after running or being on your feet, have you thought about soft tissue release techniques? Use this video to help release muscle tension and to keep the area around the IT (Iliotibial) Band mobile.
Don’t forget to schedule your Physical Therapy Wellness Evaluation to ensure that your body is prepared to move well in the New Year! You can contact our office at 508-675-3200 or e-mail email@example.com for more information. And remember to keep moving!!!
Squatting is a fundamental movement which help us in many other important mechanics. In this series we’ll be reviewing how to improve your squat form. Start by assessing your squat ability and get an idea of how to improve your daily movements.
If your find your posture is often rounded, an effect of repetitive tasks such as computer use and office work, and suffer from shoulder, neck, and back stiffness or aches, it may be Upper Crossed Syndrome! Even if not severe, chronic issues of pain and damage to the muscles may mean treatment is usually wise. […]