Movement Economics

A patient-friendly way to explain how the ‘painful part’ isn’t always the problem. A Movement Econ analogy

So we are continually asked, “Hey, so how is what we’re doing for my hips and my ankles going to help me? My knee is what’s bothering me.” Or, “When I went to PT before, they gave me a hot pack and used this sound machine to decrease my pain. Then they just gave me … Read More

Movement Econ 315: Addressing throwing shoulder pain by getting after the t-spine

There are lots of similarities in the painful or dysfunctional shoulder. In general, most of these young men and women sit among the top of the heap in their overall size, strength and power capabilities. This is a great advantage to have over your competition but in many case, like the one’s we see often, … Read More