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Return to Sport: Lisfranc Injury Over the last two blogs, we discussed my experience with Lisfranc Injury. Returning back to sports can be difficult with any injuries, especially when it comes to the foot. Being evaluated as well as progressing through an appropriate program can ensure the athlete’s safety and minimize other compensations. This allows the athlete to maximize their potential and improve their readiness for sports. Robertson et. Al reviewed seventeen studies which re...
Posted on 2019-04-25
Importance of the Bike Fit: Avoiding Knee Pain In the last two blogs, we talked about how the benefits of a “dynamic” bike fit vs. a static bike fit can help rider’s who suffer from neck/shoulder and low back pain. If you are a cyclist who is currently lowering your miles or training intensity because of KNEE pain, then this series last blog is for YOU!! We are going to talk about how the dynamic bike fit is especially important in riders dealing with anterior (front) or later...
Posted on 2019-03-22
Last month, we talked about the anatomy, the mechanism of injury, and my own history with Lisfranc Injury. Rehab is never an easy process and the journey requires patience, consistency, and hard work. Here at Competitive Edge, we use a wide variety of high tech biofeedback tools to aid in the rehab process. These tools include Inertia Measurement Unit Sensors (IMU Sensors), electromyography (EMG) sensors, and an in ground force plate among others to gather patient specific movement data. More im...
Posted on 2019-02-25
Importance of the Bike Fit: Avoiding Neck and Shoulder Pain Last month we talked about the importance of the “dynamic” bike fit. Looking at how individuals fit their bikes and how they move on them in order to help reduce low back pain while riding. These same principles can help alleviate pain in other areas common to cyclists, such as the neck and shoulder. The neck and shoulder are often reported as the most common areas of discomfort in cyclists; especially for recrea...
Posted on 2019-02-15
My History with Lisfranc Injury (Tarsometatarsal ligament Injury): Ever since I was a kid, I have always loved playing basketball. I played throughout high school and junior college. I couldn’t get enough of the game! In May of 2018, I played at a recreational league and during one game,I planted my foot, changed direction too quickly, and felt a pop in my foot as I was going for a lay up. Almost immediately, I experienced pain and swelling and was unable to weight bear through my midfoot...
Posted on 2019-01-17
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