More professional teams who are interested in improving overall health and maintaining peak performance are turning to chiropractic care. That's according to experts at the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, who spoke recently to the Washington Nationals baseball team.
The Athletic Edge Blog
When it comes to great architecture and design at fitness facilities, it can be easy to look back and say, "Wow, why did [or didn't] we put that in our facility?" We defer to former Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart's standard for obscenity — we know it when we see it.
With more athletic facilities incorporating new technologies, it's no surprise to find that locker rooms are following suit--namely, through lock technologies.
Watertown, SD, January 19, 2017- The Athletic Edge™ is excited to announce the new patent pending Leg and Shoulder Treatment Cabinet (CAB-100-LST). The release of the CAB-100-LST Treatment Cabinet is an extension of the Athletic Edge’s market leading and patent-pending LAST Table Series.
Massage therapy has gone from a perceived luxury to a useful and even crucial part of treating ailments from the hospital to the athletic training room. Until the past 10 years, there wasn't conclusive evidence that massage really does have a positive effect on athletes. However, thanks to new studies and some backing by reputable sources, the benefits of massage are being taken seriously. And those benefits are not just for the pros. They’re extended to anyone who participates in a regular exercise program.
Whether you're running a health club or an athletic facility for a professional team, good locker room design can help contribute to the health and happiness of your members.
Designing locker rooms that are asethetically pleasing, yet functional can help create a better experience for all members. This blog highlights the crucial features each locker room should have to function properly and safely.
Okay, I know you: the gym is where you live between work and your bed. You pride yourself on ripped abs, thrashed glutes, and cut quads. You could strum your serratus, pound nails with your pecs, break bricks with your biceps — and as the plated bar bends, some people stop to watch the steam come off your chest... Dr. Michael L. Gordon at the Hoag Orthopedic Institute discusses weight training without injuring yourself.
Women of all ages are constantly pushing their own physical limits and challenging what it means to be a female athlete. But it’s much more common for women to tear their ACL than men. Find out the best ways to keep yourself from getting injured.
DL bandage method is a definitive rehabilitative taping technique that is designed to facilitate the body's natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body's range of motion as well as providing extended soft tissue manipulation to prolong the benefits of manual therapy administered within the clinical setting.