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3 DRILLS TO GREATLY IMPROVE YOUR CORE STRENGTH FROM DR. REEF

Category Archives: Sports Injuries

12 Dec, 2020

3 DRILLS TO GREATLY IMPROVE YOUR CORE STRENGTH FROM DR. REEF

Dr. Sharif Tabbah, aka “Dr. Reef,” is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, and co-founder of Athletix Rehab & Recovery in South Florida.  Dr. Reef began his career in the fitness industry back in 2003 when he became a personal trainer at New York Sports Club. His time there sparked a

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22 Aug, 2020

Tactical Athletes Overuse Injuries: Shin Splints

Welcome to part two of Athletix Rehab and Recovery’s series on overuse injuries in the military and tactical athlete! In part one, we discussed a typical overuse injury leading to knee pain (Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome). As a review, overuse injuries are any injury to the muscle, tendon, or joint from repetitive stress or trauma and

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20 Mar, 2020

Get to Your Optimum Level of Physical Function with Athletic Training!

Athletic training through physical therapy treatments can help you reach your peak performance, whether you’re recovering from an injury or trying to strengthen your skills. A physical therapist is dedicated to helping you reach your goals – and developing new ones! With athletic training programs, your peak performance is something that you and your physical

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10 Jan, 2020

Treat Your Concussions the Natural Way with Physical Therapy

Concussions are a serious concern for athletes, especially those competing in high-impact sports. It is a serious condition that can hinder both your physical and mental capabilities for a period of time. Concussions typically happen from a trauma-based impact, usually either from a sports injury or motor vehicle accident. While concussions can be painful and

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11 Oct, 2017

Foot Position Found to Have Relationship With Shoulder Pain in Throwing Athletes!

Can foot position really affect shoulder pain in throwing athletes?   *Flat-foot/Over-pronated foot: An over-pronated foot is a hypermobile foot that leads to lack of a rigid lever at push-off, and causes a collapse of the medial arch. Why does this matter? Every time your foot hits the ground, you are absorbing an equal and opposite

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