The NFL season begins tonight, but there is still time for Fantasy Football players to make adjustments to their lineups before kickoff.
To ease the decision process for those adjusting their lineups, we are highlighting tips from Athletico’s Athletic Trainer Jacob Dailey throughout the NFL season. These tips are put together to create the Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report, which is a weekly roundup that sheds light on notable injuries throughout the league.
September’s stretch of the week will focus on an area that many of us neglect – our feet.
If you can bare weight on your feet that means they are holding up your entire body, which can be very stressful for them! Many of us don’t give our feet enough attention, and then we wonder why we have so many problems with them as we age. This month will focus on stretches to wake up and strengthen the feet.
As the 2017 baseball season begins, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Mascot Fredbird called up his favorite Athletico Physical Therapist Laura O’Connor for help staying limber.
Fortunately, Fredbird wants to make sure all St. Louis fans are ready to cheer regardless of where they are watching the games – whether inside of Busch Stadium or from the comfort of their own couch – so he is sharing his favorite stretches for all to try!
As physical therapy becomes more popular, we thought it was a good time to address some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) from our patients.
Athletico is celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year, and we couldn’t have made it this far without the strengths of our talented employees and leaders.
You may have caught the trampoline competitions at this year’s Olympic Games. The world watched in awe as athletes sprung 20 feet into the air and flipped multiple times before going right back up and flipping multiple times again.
Have you ever experienced a burning pain or a “pins and needles” sensation running from your shoulder down to your hand? Even though you might think there is a problem with your shoulder, your neck may be the issue even if you are not experiencing neck pain.
You are not the only one who noticed red circles on the backs of Olympic athletes in Rio. These circles are the result of an ancient therapy called “cupping.”
The NFL’s season officially starts on Thursday, September 8th, which means that fans are already assembling their Fantasy Football teams.
To help you reign supreme in your league this year, we will be highlighting tips from Athletico’s Athletic Trainer Jacob Dailey throughout the season. These tips, dubbed the Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report, shed light on some of the league’s notable injuries and provide guidance on which players you should avoid and which players you may want to pick-up.
The final stretch for August features two self-massage techniques for the wrist.
You will need a tennis ball and a table or hard surface to perform these techniques. As always, prior to beginning any exercise program, it is recommended to consult with your physician, physical or occupational therapist to determine which exercises are best for you.