Mar 10, 2014, Monday
As a physical therapist, I have the opportunity to help many people overcome their pain and dysfunction. At Evolution PT, we spend an hour or more, one-on-one with our clientele diagnosing, testing and retesting to make sure that our corrective solution are addressing the patients main dysfunction, allowing them to live a more active and Continue Reading
Aug 22, 2013, Thursday
It has taken me a while to get to this point an I have read a lot of posts from other healthcare professionals throughout the country whom I highly regard on this topic. I figure I needed to write my own thoughts on this just to get it out because it is unacceptable how this Continue Reading
Nov 14, 2012, Wednesday
concavities, hinges or creases in the midsection is a sign of dysfunction and an inability to recruit core stability properly. A ripped core typically means that you most likely can’t establish a full diaphragmatic breath necessary for creating intra-abdominal pressure to stabilize the spine.