Why Do I Have Shoulder Pain With Serving In Tennis? With Throwing A Baseball?

All right, good morning guys… Hey, it’s Stephen Dunn with CORE Therapy and Pilates and in a moment I’ll be joined by my buddy, Dr Jared and what we’re gonna be going over today is something that’s been coming up in the clinic frequently in the last few weeks and what that is, is people…

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7 Take Aways From a DISCOVERY SESSION With a Physical Therapist at CORE…

Hey guys, what’s up? It’s Stephen here from CORE Therapy & Pilates… it’s such a gorgeous day outside I wanted to come out and and do another quick video today. I was just answering an email and as I wrote this email out, I was like oh, this actually is a pretty decent blog… We’ll…

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Attention Runners! 3 Dynamic Stretches [Running Series: 4]

Hey… it’s Allyson at CORE and I just wanted to show you three dynamic stretches that you can do to help your running… two are gonna be for the legs, a hip flexor and a hamstring stretch and then one that’s gonna be for the upper chest. You could do these in the middle of…

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How I Cured My Plantar Fasciitis & IT Band Issues… [Running Series: 2]

My Running story began in elementary school when I was a little hyper and my dad told me to go run around the block. If I came home still too hyper I would go do another lap. My dad and I would do some races together as I was growing up and I found running…

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Don’t Quit Running! [Running Series: 1]

Hey, it’s Allyson from CORE… This is the first blog in a series on running… I LOVE RUNNING! I am an avid runner. I hear so many people that used to love to run and have had injury after injury and they quit running or doing the things that they think are causing their problems.…

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What the Super Bowl Teaches About Kids Specializing in ONE SPORT?

As many of you know, I am a college football fan and have been ever since attending LSU for Physical Therapy school in the mid 90’s. We were not that great back then, but the games were always the best thing on your book for the fall. Lets just say I almost failed my PT…

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