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Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report 2021: Week 6

Posted on by Athletico

As fantasy football players enter the sixth week of the football season, many are scrambling to fill gaps left in their roster due to injuries and bye weeks.

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What’s the Recovery for a Broken Bone?

Posted on by Laura Flanigan, MSOT, OTR/L

As hand therapists, one of the most common injuries we see are broken bones (fractures) of the arm, wrist, and hand. These fractures often occur after a fall and can happen to anyone at any age. This blog will discuss what the recovery period could look like if you or a loved one experiences a broken bone.

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Recovering From 26.2

Posted on by Matthew Klayman, PT, DPT, OCS, Cert. DN

Congratulations on finishing the marathon – what an accomplishment! 26.2 miles is an incredible feat by the human body and mind. We know that after the race, our body and mind can be in a state of disarray. Not only is 26.2 taxing on our legs, but it takes its toll on our blood flow, digestion, and our ability to function in the coming hours, days, and weeks.

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Pain During Pregnancy?

Posted on by Ariss Pierce, PT, DPT, Cert. MDT

Today is the day you find out you are pregnant. What does this mean for you, your partner, your life, and your body? The physiological changes that may arise are complex and depend on many factors.

Multiple scholarly journals estimate that 50% of women will experience low back pain during pregnancy. Do you have a history of low back pain? Did you sustain an injury to your sacroiliac (SI) joint due to a fall or trauma in the past? Have you ever experienced sciatica before? Even if you have never had an injury before, you can still develop pain during pregnancy.

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Shoulder Pain through the Decades of Life

Posted on by Shelia M. Tenny, OTR/L, CHT

Shoulder pain can be a cause for concern for adults or teenagers. Shoulder pain accounts for 16 percent of all musculoskeletal conditions. Some shoulder pain can be from an apparent injury or fall, while others can creep in with no known event. Based on one’s age, occupation, and previous sports participation, shoulder pain can often be broken down into predictable categories based on one’s age.

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Types of Headaches: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

Posted on by Tara Hackney, PT, DPT, OCS, KTTP

We have all experienced a headache. Some headaches may be a mild annoyance, and others are brutally painful. Headaches can be defined as pain in any region of the head, but the intensity, duration, cause, and location can vary drastically per person and type of headache. Some studies suggest 1 in 20 adults experiences a headache every or nearly every day. In this blog, we’ll discuss the various types of headaches and how physical therapy can help.

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Clinical Excellence: Celebrating Athletico’s Newest CMPTs

Posted on by Athletico

Athletico is committed to promoting clinical excellence and inspiring professional growth. As an opportunity for specialized post-professional training, we partner with the Institute of Manipulative Physiotherapy & Clinical Training (IMPACT) to deliver the advanced certification of Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT). This certification advances clinical competency in manual physical therapy, and enhances clinical decision-making and differential diagnosis to improve patient outcomes and satisfaction. Our clinicians are in dedicated cohorts of 15-20 clinicians in a structured program consisting of a didactic, lab, and online curriculum over 12-24 months. The achievement of CMPT is awarded in the successful passing of rigorous oral and practical proficiency testing. By earning this certification, these Athletico physical therapists join the elite ranks of less than two percent of therapists in the United States.

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Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report 2021: Week 4

Posted on by Athletico

If your fantasy football team didn’t perform as well as you hoped for in Week 3, it may be time to make some changes to your lineup!

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