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14 Tue

Rotation exercise and sports performance

Rotation exercise and sports performance Written by: Paul Kochoa, PT, DPT, OCS, CKTP, CGFI   Want to crank up your sports performance to a “10”?  Try some rotational training.  Sports and peak performance require strength and coordination.  You can go hit the gym and perform your regular training...
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09 Thu

Get the right solution only if you know the right question

Get the right solution only if you know the right question Written by: Paul Kochoa, PT, DPT, OCS, CKTP, CGFI Being a medical professional, I always seem to run into people asking me questions about what to do about a certain problem they have.  For example, “Can you...
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30 Mon

I sprained my ankle, what do I do now?

I sprained my ankle, what do I do now? Written by: Paul Kochoa, PT, DPT, OCS, CKTP, CGFI   Whether you’re an elite long-distance runner or a weekend warrior, you’re probably one of the many people who’ve had an ankle sprain.  It can happen at any time, when...
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23 Mon

Exercise and the intervertebral disc

Exercise and the intervertebral disc Written by: Paul Kochoa, PT, DPT, OCS, CKTP, CGFI I’ve written about discs issues and back pain before, and by now, you’ve probably realized that I’m a big proponent of movement and exercise, so this next post should be no surprise.  Out of...
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19 Thu

Kinesiotape versus Non-elastic tape for ankles

Kinesiotape versus Non-elastic tape for ankles Written by: Paul Kochoa, PT, DPT, OCS, CKTP, CGFI   In the Journal of Orthopeadic and Sports Physical Therapy, there was a study comparing the effects of kinesiotape with regular non-elastic athletic tape on ankles during an inversion perturbation.  The results may...
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