What is Pain? For the last four years I have treated hundreds of patients living in chronic pain. Through understanding joint and tissue health I have created a system of healing. This system allows relieves pain, corrects movement dysfunction, … Continued
Here’s a simple drill for adaptive athletes to improve back position in the deadlift with Ty Summerlin of Adaptive Performance Systems (http://aps-strength.com)
This past Veteran’s Day, Dr. T was featured on San Diego 6 the CW for her work with veterans with invisible and visible wounds. Check out the video here
This week, Dr. T walks us through some important and helpful hip mobilizations for the adaptive athlete.
Balance and coordination are important physical attributes for everyone, particularly for adaptive athletes. In this edition of Midweek Mobility, Dr. T. reviews the Turkish get up and talks about how to optimize stable positions for this movement to develop balance … Continued
Max Conserva and Dr. Theresa Larson discuss adapting the squat for adaptive athletes.
Adaptive athlete Max Conserva shares about the benefits CrossFit has brought to his life in helping him adapt to living and staying active with a salvaged limb. Among the more notable benefits, CrossFit helps with identifying strengths and weaknesses that … Continued
Steph Hammerman is an adaptive athlete and coach at CrossFit Ybor in Tampa, Florida. She is the first female in the world with cerebral palsy to become a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer. As an adaptive athlete and trainer she has … Continued
This week, Dr. Theresa Larson is joined by Max Conserva of GoodLeg.org. Max is an adaptive athlete with a salvaged limb on his right leg and experiences low back pain on his left side. In this video, Theresa talks about … Continued
Helping adaptive athletes move and live better is a passion of ours at Movement Rx. In this edition of Weekly Mobility, Dr. Theresa Larson speaks about squatting with symmetrical spine and not being afraid of being more anterior. Squatting with … Continued