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Snapshot - Hamstring Strain. . Hamstring injuries are among the most common injuries in sports. Commonplace in those sports that require sprinting, kicking, quick bursts of acceleration and deceleration, and change of direction. Very commonly seen in team sports. Will cause missed playing or training time.  Notorious for high rates of reÔÇÉinjury. This could be due to consistently treating and fixing the injury itself but not looking for the true cause.  Anatomy. The hamstrings ...
Posted on 2020-10-14
Snapshot - Gluteus Medius. The Gluteus Medius muscle is one of the most overlooked, neglected and vastly underappreciated muscle in training and gym programming. It is an important muscle for preventing injury in both the hip and lumbopelvic region but also down the chain in the knee, ankle, and foot. Effective activation, adequate strength and good endurance of the muscle is required for effective biomechanics in walking, running and single leg / unilateral training.  Anatomy. ...
Posted on 2020-10-14
As Honsberger Physio+ continues to grow, we are constantly evaluating our services, technology and tools to better serve our clients! To elevate our caused based, functional movement approach and talented clinical team, we will be offering Osteopathy in both our Markham and Aurora clinics starting Monday, October 5th! Daneil Hilborn is a Certified Athletic Therapist and Osteopathic Manual Practioner with a wealth of experinece!  Dan specializes in treating patients holistic...
Posted on 2020-09-28
Have you ever thought of training stronger with less equipment? Since the pandemic began in March, everyone has been desperately scavenging and sourcing fitness equipment for home exercise as gyms are forced shutdown. Unfortunately, they always end up with disappointments when they see the empty aisle at fitness section at their local Walmart. Train Unilaterally and Why?? There are several reasons why therapists would opt for unilaterally strength training and here are the top few:  It...
Posted on 2020-09-16
I chose to become an AT after my collegiate career at Arkansas State University had ended.  After being involved in sports (specifically golf) my entire life, I wasn’t ready to leave the competitive nature of it. I had bounced from a few jobs (banking, then to a Chiropractic clinic) before I realized I needed something more, more focus, and I knew I needed to help people (I loved that about the Chiro clinic) but not just going room to room.  A gentleman I was dating at the time ...
Posted on 2020-09-15
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