Timestamps: 0:00 Start 0:27 Mechanism of Injury 1:09 Phase 1 Rehab 2:38 Phase 2 Rehab 3:55 Phase 3 Rehab Turf toe injuries many times are left improperly managed and can lead to chronic pain, reduced push-off strength, and eventually joint deformity if left untreated. Turf toe describes an injury to the...

Timestamps: 0:00 Start 1:03 Mobility Exercises 2:32 Neck Muscle Stretches 7:36 Stability Exercises 13:46 Conclusion Neck pain is one of the most significant health problems worldwide, it is estimated that up to 70% of the population have neck pain at some time in their lives. It has also been suggested that...

Timestamps: 0:00 Start 0:21 Thoracic Spine Stiff Defined 1:32 Thoracic Spine Extension 2:51 Thoracic Spine Rotation 3:54 Final Words Sedentary lifestyles are an undesirable hallmark of modern society, affecting a significant proportion of the population. Prolonged sitting, (a form of sedentary behavior), has progressively become the norm with computerization in the...

Timestamps: 0:00 Start 0:26 Serratus Anterior Definition 1:31 Closed Chain Serratus Anterior 3:38 Open Chain Serratus Anterior 5:28 Conclusion Serratus Anterior, which is also known as the “Big Swing Muscle” or “Boxer’s muscle” due to its effectiveness of protracting the scapula. Not only does this muscle have a cool name, but...

HOW: Begin in a quadruped position hands and knees on the ground. Sit back onto your heels while keeping your arms straight and hands on the ground creating the child’s pose position. From here, bring your chest up and put your hips down while...

HOW: Begin by lying face down with your arms down at your side and palms up. From this position, squeeze your shoulder blades back and then try to lift your shoulders, head, and neck off of the ground while keeping your arms straight. From...

HOW: Begin by lying face down with your arms down at your side and palms down. From this position, squeeze your shoulder blades back and then try to lift your shoulders, head, and neck off of the ground while keeping your arms straight. Return...

HOW: Lie on your side with support for your head from a pillow or opposite arm. Bend the top elbow to about 90 degrees. From here, bring your arm up overhead as high as you can while maintaining the bent elbow. Your hand should...

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