$ 1.3 M FEMA-funded research project proves the effectiveness of WebExercises’ technology for back pain prevention among firefighters

  • September 2018
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$ 1.3 M FEMA-funded research project proves the effectiveness of WebExercises’ technology for back pain prevention among firefighters Preliminary results of a new study suggest that web-based exercise programs are more effective in preventing back pain among firefighters than supervised exercise sessions. These results were presented at the FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grants Program, Fire Prevention &

FREE Webinar: How the Shoulder Really Works

  • August 2018
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How the Shoulder Really Works Through this webinar, we will take a look at the shoulder anatomy and functional demands to create an understanding of how the shoulder works dynamically with the scapula and thoracic spine. The webinar will discuss foundational principles of the shoulder, evaluation strategies, and a progressive exercise program that you can

FREE Webinar: Training the 3D Human Machine

  • August 2018
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Assessing and Training the Transverse Plane Despite all of the advances in training over the years, the majority of people that we work with every day struggle to move effectively in the transverse plane.  Due to this inefficiency, a great deal of injuries and dysfunction are hidden within rotational movement patterns.  In this webinar, we

FREE Webinar: Genetics or Lifestyle: Does Diet Really Matter?

  • August 2018
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Genetics or Lifestyle: Does diet really matter? An introduction to how nutrition and genetics interact to influence our overall health and longevity. Join us to understand: What is Nutrigenetics/Nutrigenomics? How does diet and lifestyle influence gene expression? What dietary factors alter normal gene expression? What can we do to optimize healthy gene expression? When? September

FREE Webinar: Human Movement Patterns

  • August 2018
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Human Movement Patterns This webinar will present the foundational movement patterns that make us all “human” and discuss how reintegrating these across the lifespan helps to improve therapy outcomes. Join us to understand: Review of developmental stages and milestones Identify key movement positions and movement patterns Clinical examples of how to encouraging rolling, prone prop/quadruped/crawling

WebExercises Sports Medicine Minute with Dr. Norman Eng

  • August 2018
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WebExercises Sports Medicine Minute with Dr. Norman Eng Why should exercise be one of the cornerstones of a successful care plan or rehab strategy? How do other providers approach this topic? What can we learn from each other to help our patients succeed? This week we are excited to feature Dr. Norman Eng, DC to

WebExercises Sports Medicine Minute with Dr. Tony Mikla

  • August 2018
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WebExercises Sports Medicine Minute with Dr. Tony Mikla Why should exercise be one of the cornerstones of a successful care plan or rehab strategy? How do other providers approach this topic? What can we learn from each other to help our patients succeed? This week we are excited to feature Dr. Tony Mikla, PT to

Bulletproof Knee: A Complete Guide to Patella Tendonitis in Running Athletes

  • July 2018
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Bulletproof Knee: A Complete Guide to Patella Tendonitis in Running Athletes Patella Tendonitis, Runners Knee, Jumpers Knee, Osgood Schlatter’s, Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome, Chondrolmalacia and many other diagnosis that refer to this problem are prevalent in athletes. This webinar will discuss this condition from a pathological, biomechanical and tissue tolerance approach. We will provide evaluation

In Flight Exercises For Everybody

  • July 2018
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In Flight Exercises For Everybody Long flights or drives can take their tolls on our body: back and neck pain can be side effects or sitting for in a plane or being behind a steering wheel for hours. Apart from that blood circulation can be restricted from extended periods of inactivity. Here some ideas for