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Injury Prevention & Treatment

If you google “Baseball Strength and Conditioning in San Diego” I am certain you will find a ton of results. Every strength and conditioning coach has their own twist on their training and it most certainly continues to evolve as we steadily find more research studies to support exercise selection, training modalities, and the way we track objective information over...

Last post we discussed how posture can influence pain in different ways. Sitting at a desk for long periods of time leads to x, y, and z; muscles certainly become overactive (a muscle or group of muscles that are short, tight, and strong) as well as underactive (lengthened and/or weak) which may contribute to pain on a daily basis. Part...

Defining “bad” posture is tricky. What really constitutes as “bad” might be different from person to person. However, there are some general guidelines that the majority of people can benefit from.    First, if you sit at a desk, staring at a computer or phone most of the day, you may have  forward rounded posture. This presents as the shoulders being dumped...

Do you, or someone you know, live with frozen shoulder syndrome?   This condition, scientifically referred to or diagnosed as adhesive capsulitis, is unfortunately a fairly common problem for individuals who have had traumatic shoulder injuries or are put in a situation where the shoulder is immobilized for an extended period of time (i.e. post-surgery). There is also a significant bias towards...