What do the shoulder and hip joints have in common? A lot!
Understanding the intricacies of their structures as well as the specific way ways in which these joints move is, to say the least, essential.
I have to admit, I cried at the end of my first appointment at PT Elite. I was still worried about what my future activity levels looked like, but more than that, I think the tears flowed because of relief. I knew that I had found the right team to help me get through this injury.
It’s an all too familiar twinge. You are out on a mellow run, feeling awesome - and then it hits...
Pain on the lateral side of your knee that stops you in your tracks. The culprit? Iliotibial Band Syndrome.
The thrill of bombing down a fast section of single track is part of why I crave the thrill of mountain running. For me, it is the closest thing I can get to flying.
But let’s face it...not ALL of us love downhill running. For those of us that don’t fancy the quad thrashing, knee aching, fear of falling, good time- there are a few secrets I am about to let you in on, that will take your descending from pounding to flying.