Have you ever experienced a nagging pain in your shoulder that just won't go away? It could be a rotator cuff tear, a potential cause of shoulder pain. But don't worry, we're here to help you understand what's going on
In the realm of physiotherapy, it is not uncommon to encounter the prescription of 3 sets of 10 reps for various therapeutic exercises. While this rep scheme may seem arbitrary to some, there is a rich history and scientific rationale
Have you recently tested positive for COVID? Here’s how you can safely return to exercise after recovery.
For active people who have recently recovered from COVID-19, what may be top of mind is the potential for short- and long-term health complications like myocarditis (inflammation of the heart). Although the prevalence of cardiac injuries are quite rare among
This study focused on two different ways to improve anterior leg rotation, which you may know as ankle flexibility (dorsiflexion). This action occurs when the shin bone (tibia) moves forward relative to the stationary foot on the ground. Sufficient anterior
Training programs often emphasize large muscle groups through compound exercises like the bench press, lat pulldown and overhead press to focus on increasing strength and size. Smaller muscle groups around the shoulder complex that are needed for stabilization are often