Knee Sprain With Negative Imaging

Ligamentous injuries can occur in both contact and non contact environments. Sometimes you are the first point of contact and need to determine the need for imaging. Other times, you have the luxury of knowing that information at your first encounter. Here is a recent case reflection at Rehab 2 Perform. Lock in Your Spot…

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Considerations for PT with Scoliosis

Scoliosis will be present in a number of patients you encounter. Determining whether it is the primary concern or just an influencing factor in the plan of care is important to consider. Here are some tips and reminders on how approach a patient with scoliosis. Lock in Your Spot with our new Community Powered Course…

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Patellar Tendinopathy in the Youth Athlete

Youth athletes bring on a wide variety of challenges with athletic injuries. Busy schedules, high frequency and volumes of activity, exposure to lots of new skills and physical demands in a short period of time are just a few. Anterior knee pain is common in the youth population and determining how to best intervene involves…

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Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy

Proximal hamstring injuries can be nagging to deal with as a patient. They can be even more problematic to try to accurately diagnose. Watch to help refine your clinical decision making process… The Blueprints In-Person Course!  Approved for CEUs in 40+ States for Physical Therapists, BOC, and NASM! Next up: Charlotte – April 22-23, 2023…

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Patella Dislocation – Return to Sport

The patellofemoral joint is a unique structure in the body that plays a large role in force production and transmission. The adverse consequences of returning to sport and experiencing these demands prematurely can be significant. Ensure you are checking the right boxes and utilizing criteria to strengthen your decision making. Meet the team at CSM…

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Treating Tennis Elbow with BFR

Tennis and golfer’s elbow can be difficult to adequately treat due to poor exercise tolerance. This intolerance to exercise may reduce the number of viable activities to perform and also limit compliance from the patient with regards to willingness to participate. We have found BFR to be a helpful adjunct to a well rounded physical…

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