Knee Pain No More

2021-09-16T08:07:10-04:00September 2nd, 2021|Uncategorized, Physical Therapy, Pain Management|

Is knee pain ruining your swagger?  Have you been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, chondromalacia, or a meniscus tear?  Are you concerned that you’ll need surgery or that you won’t be able to enjoy your favorite activities?  Well, you can jump to the conclusion that there is hope to overcome the difficulty with the right therapeutic approach and knowledge. What about the “damage” that has been seen on x-ray or MRI? Normative studies show about 65% of asymptomatic people above the age [...]

Injury Prevention for Golf

2020-04-07T12:01:31-04:00April 28th, 2019|Physical Therapy, Injury Prevention, Sports Medicine, Golf|

It's Tee Time Spring has sprung and the birdies are rolling across the greens. The golf season is heating up.  As you head out to the course or range, here are a few simple tips to help you avoid injury. Now, if you are already struggling with pain in your back, hips, neck or elbow, well we are here to help! The most common golf related injuries we see at One on One PT begin with the lower back and [...]

10 Minute Pilates Warm Up

2018-11-19T19:12:55-05:00October 25th, 2017|Physical Therapy, Prevention, Information, Pilates|

Looking for a Great 10 Minute Pilates Warm-up? Do you find yourself waking up early, a little stiff from your night’s sleep, but wanting to get that early morning run or walk in before work?  Or maybe you prefer after work, but find yourself feeling tight after driving in rush-hour traffic. Before you hit the road, you think about warming up all of the important muscle groups used in running and walking, but want something quick, yet effective!  Here are [...]

Moving Better // Redcord x Pilates

2020-04-07T11:35:20-04:00October 4th, 2017|Physical Therapy, Redcord Neurac, Pilates|

How do we Integrate Pilates and Redcord to Help Patients Move Better? Two exercise modalities offered at One on One are Redcord and Pilates. Both can be enormously beneficial to patients in rehabilitation, transitioning to fitness, and in maintaining strength and preventing injury or re-injury. Not only do these two modalities enhance rehabilitation and fitness alone, but they also compliment each other. When we get injured, compensatory patterns of movement and muscle engagement take hold. Often those patterns persist for [...]

The Triathlete’s Kinetic Chain

2020-04-07T12:06:56-04:00October 22nd, 2014|Physical Therapy, Redcord Neurac, Injury Prevention, Sports Medicine|

By: Melissa Baudo Marchetti, PT, DPT, SCS, MTC with One on One Physical Therapy Do you have multiple or recurring injuries that seem to not go away? The most common sites of overuse injuries in triathletes are tendon injuries and muscles strains in the knee (25%), lower leg (23%), and lower back (23%)1. Injuries can happen because you are training way too much, you are not preparing or recovering properly, or because you have weaknesses or “weak links” in your [...]

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome and Gait Retraining

2017-06-23T11:21:04-04:00October 13th, 2014|Gait Retraining, Injury Prevention, Sports Medicine, Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome|

By: Kate Mihevc Edwards PT, DPT, OCS with Back 2 Motion Physical Therapy Who taught you how to run? Was it your mom, your high school running coach, your training partner, youtube, or did you just lace up your shoes one day and go out the door? If you are like most of my patients no one ever taught you how to run and that was all fine and good until you got injured. The enjoyment of running is often [...]

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