Summer is in the air and running season is back! In our latest blog, we explore the causes and offer solutions to knee pain and other common runner's injuries. Throughout, you'll learn effective strategies for preventing injuries and how to apply kinesiology tape. Click on the blog to read more!
As a physical therapist, you are in a unique position to help clients who are recovering from an injury. In the blog, we share 10 ways physical therapists can help a recently injured client. Click on the blog to read!
In the latest edition of the Mueller Sports Medicine Vlog Series, Megan shares some of her favorite Mueller products and discusses why those products are amazing for her!
A wrist injury is a common experience that we all eventually encounter, but in that moment we discover a universal truth, it's tough to be one-handed. In the blog, we discuss 7 different ideas that you can implement when dealing with a wrist injury.
Being injured and not having the ability to workout or play in a game is not fun. However, there are always resolutions you can make now to reduce the chance of being injured. Here are seven resolutions that can help you prevent injuries as you up your game athletically.
Whether working out at a gym with an injured shoulder or going for a walk with an injured ankle, we all wonder if we will be able to complete the workout without reinjuring ourselves. One way that you could reduce the risk of reinjury is using a spotter, whether that be for a one rep bench max you are trying to achieve or going for a walk with a bad ankle. Having a spotter with you is important during injury recovery because it allows you to do more and pushes your limits. In the article, we discuss some tips of how to ask for a spotter, proper spotting technique, and much more.
Recovering from an injury and not being able to be active is definitely not fun. Instead of using this time to eat whatever you want while you recover, use this time to make yourself better and set yourself up for future success.. Nutrition plays a big part in our lives, whether you are an athlete or a casual joe, and can impact how you feel doing daily activities or how you perform on the court or the field. In the article, we discuss 10 healthy and easy food options to help get you back to 100 percent, whether that be getting up everyday and going to work or scoring that last second basket.
Kinesiology tape takes tension away from the injury and redirects it to stronger surrounding tissue. By using this kinesiology tape, you can redistribute tension in muscles and ligaments. By layering and directing the tape over various target areas, you can relieve pain, enhance your form, or improve healing. Here, we'll discuss 7 ways that kinesiology tape assists with healing and athletic performance.