Educainment 3.1.13

cropped-cropped-skeleton2.jpgYou’ve got to be kidding me. It’s March? Ridiculous. While the rest of the world sits and waits for March Madness to begin, we all decide to take a different path and educate ourselves, right? RIGHT? Lets get down to business, so you can get to scouting your teams on the conference tournaments.

This post comes via Kevin Neeld who was previously with Mike Boyle, but it was written by Dr. Andreo Spina. Regardless of which three it came from, it’d be worth reading. But here Dr. Spina talks about the importance of flexibility/mobility, and then DOING SOMETHING WITH IT. Useless flexibility I think he calls it. What’s the point of being able to put your palms on the floor if you can’t control it? Keeping PTs in business?

Speaking of business. I treat a lot of golfers. They are usually train wrecks in the movement quality category. Here Jason Glass (twitter) discusses getting more power for golfers, the TPI screen, and many other great things that not only apply to golfers, but other rotational sports as well.

In about two weeks I will be heading to Downtown (Not DOWNTON) Los Angeles and finally getting to one my most anticipated cont. ed. courses yet. DNS A. I have been wanting to do this for about 2 years now, and because I missed the DNS Sport that just passed through town, I had to hop on this. Dr. Phillip Snell gives a brief overview of DNS A-C here.

Lastly, for those of you who are in constant pursuit of more evidence to show patients that their knee pain maybe coming from their hip, here’s a decent systematic review of the literature.

that’s it for the weekend!

Always Evolve,


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