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2 Strategies for Preventing and Diagnosing Overtraining

In the demanding world of athletics, injuries and lengthy recovery times are often unavoidable. How, then, can the aspiring athlete minimize the time...

By: Gary Moller

2 Piriformis Exercises to Alleviate Glute and Leg Pain

Piriformis Exercises to Alleviate Pain Todd Sabol, MS, AT Have you ever felt a nagging pain near the top or middle of your glute that either feels...

By: Todd Sabol

Why Pro Athletes Are Flocking To An Instrument-Assisted Healing Method Known as The Graston Technique

There's a common saying in the world of sports: the best ability is availability. The quote is widely attributed to Bill Parcells, a legendary form...

By: Brandon Hall

How to Safely Return to Training After an Injury

return to training As athletes, most of us are going to experience that universal unpleasant inevitability: injury. Sure, there are those few...

By: Jennifer Britton

What's the Difference Between Dry Needling and Acupuncture?

The Latest Technique in Sports Performance Physical Therapy When it comes to new age physical therapy techniques changing the game in the rehabilitation...

By: John Rusin

Latest Videos in Rehabilitation

STACK Sports Health: Stretch Before Bedtime to Recover Faster

This 10-minute routine will improve your flexibility and help you get a better night's sleep.

STACK Sports Health: How to Fix a Jammed Finger

Dr. Matt Stevens provides two simple strategies for treating jammed fingers.

STACK Sports Health: How to Rehab a Sports Hernia

Learn what a sports hernia is and what to do if you suffer one.

STACK Sports Health: The Best Stretches for Tight Quads

Use the Couch Stretch to relieve tight quads and fix hip mobility.

STACK Sports Health: How Your Foot Should Strike the Ground When Running

Learn why where your foot strikes the ground is more important than how it strikes the ground.