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12 Fri

Cupping makes an Olympic debut, but we’ve been doing it for years.

Cupping makes an Olympic debut Paul Kochoa, PT, DPT, OCS, CGFI   The New York Times and other media outlets have picked up on the purple marks on Olympic athletes’ bodies and it seems that cupping is the new craze.  Just like Kinesiotaping and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue...
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08 Fri

A great exercise for shoulder stability

A great exercise for shoulder stability Paul Kochoa, PT, DPT, OCS, CGFI   Shoulders generally have good range of motion, but tend to be a little unstable when lifting weights overhead. Here’s an exercise that will work on your shoulder and scapular stability and reveal just how stable...
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07 Mon

The best exercise to improve balance

The best exercise to improve balance Paul Kochoa, PT, DPT, OCS, CGFI   The New York Times ran an article regarding the “best exercise to improve your balance” last week.  They cited studies comparing the effectiveness of Tai Chi and ballroom dancing (They found that both groups improved their...
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15 Mon

Resistance Training on Vacation: Vacation Self Help Kit Part 3

Resistance Training on Vacation:  Vacation Self Help Kit Part 3 MICHELLE MILLNER, PT, DPT, OCS   Resistance training has been shown to have significant benefits for the body. From a purely musculoskeletal aspect, resistance training has been shown to increase bone, muscle, tendon, and ligament strength and toughness. Additionally,...
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