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Tennis / Golfer’s Elbow: What It Is and How to Treat It

Tennis / Golfer’s Elbow: What It Is and How to Treat It

by Adam Halseth PT, DPT, SCS | Northeast Scottsdale Tennis elbow or golfer's elbow is not a very common condition. It only impacts around 1 to 3 percent of adults every year. But your chances of developing it increase as you get older. Though its name makes it sound like it’s a condition that...

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Aquatic Therapy for An Active Lifestyle

Aquatic Therapy for An Active Lifestyle

by Jonathan Seidberg PT, DPT | Biltmore Location Are you having trouble sticking with your exercise program because you’re bored with your usual program? Do you feel there’s just not enough time to exercise? Or maybe it’s just too hot? There are a ton of excuses that we make up for not exercising....

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5 Exercises To Improve Posterior Chain Strength

5 Exercises To Improve Posterior Chain Strength

by Taryn Norwood CPT, CNC, NASM-SFC FAST East Scottsdale The posterior chain may not be as glamorous as your biceps or pecs, but these muscles make up a key muscle group for strengthening and training. To establish an optimal fitness and exercise regimen, it is essential to understand how to...

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Quick Exercises to Help Your Upper Back Pain

Quick Exercises to Help Your Upper Back Pain

by Lauren Keel PTA, AT, CES | South Chandler Location Upper back pain, also known as thoracic pain, is a problem many people experience. Individuals work at their computers for hours and don’t realize their posture is worsening. Eventually, this leads to poor posture characterized by rounded...

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5 Ways to Avoid Injury in Young Athletes

5 Ways to Avoid Injury in Young Athletes

by Vince Kame PT, MS, ATC In almost all aspects of today’s society, it seems like kids are acting and performing much older than their age. From communication on the internet to sociologic decisions to participating in sports. The level of sophistication is advanced compared to many years ago....

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Spend Less Time on Injury: Focus on Your Running Shoes

Spend Less Time on Injury: Focus on Your Running Shoes

by Tony Heywood PT, MPT | Ahwatukee Location Many runners think the best way to avoid time spent on injury recovery is to invest in a high-dollar shoe that a close friend or running guru has recommended to them. Often, that means buying the newest “it” shoe. Roll bars, thrust enhancers, and...

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