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Understanding Hypermobility Hypermobility, commonly referred to as double-jointedness, is a condition where the joints can move beyond their typical range. While this flexibility might seem advantageous, it can lead to instability, pain, and an increased risk of injury. People with hypermobility may experience frequent joint dislocations, sprains, and muscle fatigue. If you have hypermobility, you might find yourself asking: how… Read more
Are you battling with the nagging pain of tennis elbow? Whether you're a tennis enthusiast, a fitness aficionado, or someone facing prolonged desk work, the discomfort of tennis elbow can significantly impede your daily routine. That's why we're here to guide you through five effective exercises to alleviate pain and prevent recurrence. 1. Wrist Extensor Stretch: Begin by extending your… Read more
Welcome to Kinetic Edge Physical Therapy, where we're passionate about optimizing athletic performance and preventing injuries. Today, we're diving into a crucial aspect of soccer training: dynamic warm-ups. Whether you're a seasoned athlete or just starting out, understanding the significance of dynamic warm-ups can make all the difference in your game. Why Dynamic Warm-Up? Soccer is a sport that demands… Read more
Ensuring a good night's sleep is crucial for the overall well-being of children. However, for some parents, bedtime can be a struggle, marked by restless nights and endless tossing and turning. If your child is experiencing difficulties falling asleep or staying asleep, you're not alone. Fortunately, there are solutions available, and occupational therapy might just be the key to unlocking… Read more
Stretching is a fundamental aspect of any effective physical therapy program. Understanding the mechanisms and benefits of stretching can empower you to make the most out of your rehabilitation journey. The Basics of Stretching: Stretching is a dynamic and versatile component of physical therapy that plays a pivotal role in improving flexibility, enhancing range of motion, and preventing injuries.  … Read more
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