Written by: Jenni Hamel, DPT
Blog posts in Stretches and Exercises
Bo Selvig is the Clinic Director at our Lone Peak Performance and Fitness location. Bo has seen in school and with personal experience the gap between the conventional wisdom and practice of rehabilitation, and what patients really need to return to full health and full activity with minimal risk of re-injury.
We are happy to share some simple exercises to improve your posture and help you feel better. So many of us spend so much of our work week in a seated position, whether that’s in front of a computer or in a vehicle, and it is so easy to sit with bad posture and weaken your muscles. Our quick video below shows 2 great exercises that only take a few minutes and can help build strength, prevent injury and promote better posture. As we always say, we hope it helps you “Feel Better!”
Written by Katie Muenzberg, MSPT, OCS, FAFS
Tennis is an awesome lifelong sport. However, tennis can cause injury to many parts of the body due to repetition and use of your dominant arm and your spine, as well as the high-speed impact on the racquet. It requires balance, coordination, speed and power.
Written by Mark Bittinger, PT, DPT
April is here and the regular hockey season is wrapping up. Which means playoffs are here and the intensity is picking up. By this point, I’m sure most of us have a few bumps and bruises we’re managing. I put together a quick and easy warm up to help keep you healthy through the playoffs and into the summer.
We are in the heart of winter in Montana. Winter in Montana brings many opportunities to get outside and MOVE! Those opportunities may include cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing, or snow shoeing. In one of our previous blog posts we discussed conditioning for skiing, let’s expand to the mobility and strength needed for snowboarding to keep you injury-free this season.