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Leaking during exercise can be annoying and embarrassing, but it can be fixed! There are many things that can contribute to leaking.
Dr. Sarah completed her first half marathon this fall! She dives into what she learned along the way in this blog post!
A lot of the athletes and active individuals that we work with at Resilience RX have previously gone to an in-network physical therapy clinic.
There can be questions surrounding returning to sport postpartum. Here are some general guidelines that can help you with this process.
One of the most common causes of heel pain is plantar fasciitis. Several contributing factors can be addressed to solve your heel pain.
Rotator cuff treatment varies based on the person’s needs. Athletes and active individuals need a unique approach.
After trekking on the Inca Trail about two weeks ago, I (Dr. Sarah) realized three important things about how people view their health.
One cause of pelvic pain is tightness in the pelvic floor muscles. There are several ways to calm these muscles and ease pelvic pain.
Knee pain with kneeling can be very irritating and can be caused by irritation of a few different knee structures.
Up to 50% of women have prolapse upon physical exam. Prolapse symptoms can often be improved with conservative management.
Incontinence is incredibly common, but it is not normal. The bladder is very trainable. You don’t have to live with leaking!
Deadlifts and back pain frequently occur together, but they don’t have to. It’s possible to deadlift without back pain.
Fixing a knee meniscus tear can be an arduous process. There’s lots of bumps along the road, but it is possible to resolve symptoms.
30-40% of women have a diastasis recti 6 months to 1 year postpartum. At that point, it is unlikely to resolve on its own.
Piriformis syndrome is one cause of butt and leg pain. It is especially common in middle aged women and can often be misdiagnosed.
Regardless of how many factors there are, addressing all contributing factors is key so that shin splints resolve.
We treat a lot of people who do CrossFit. When it comes to why they get injured, we’re seeing patterns emerge.
Unlike temple headaches she had in the past, this one didn’t go away. It took Jean 10 years to finally get relief with dry needling.
An overhead squat requires extensive mobility from virtually every joint. Here’s a breakdown of why you may have pain with overhead squats.
The most common injury with running is knee pain and one of the areas the knee can be painful is in the front of the knee.
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