Eccentric Physical Therapy for Cardiorespiratory / COVID-19 Patient Recovery
Eccentric physical therapy modalities can significantly benefit respiratory patients during their hospital stays and post discharge. This is especially relevant […]
New EMG Research Shows 4x Eccentric Muscle Activation with BTE Eccentron
Eccentric therapy with the BTE Eccentron yields four-times-higher muscle activation than regular eccentric exercise, according to a new study by […]
Tight Budget? Clinic Fundraising Works!
What’s on your wish list? Do you want to purchase new equipment or add more services or staff members, beyond […]
Ron Courson’s Game-Changing ACL Recovery Techniques at the University of Georgia
At one time, an ACL injury could mark the beginning of the end for an athlete’s career. The recovery process […]
Sarcopenia Prevention with Eccentric Exercise
If you work with elderly patients, you’ve probably seen your fair share of age-related muscle loss, known as sarcopenia. It […]
Open vs Closed Kinetic Chain?
Should I be doing open kinetic chain (OKC) or closed kinetic chain (CKC) exercises with this particular patient? Certainly, there are advantages to both and we will briefly discuss those in this blog.