We can help you work it out.
There’s no doubt about it, you are one-of-a-kind which is why we often recommend an individualized exercise program as a part of your recovery plan. Based on your needs, our physical therapists and exercise therapists will design a program to develop your flexibility, increase your strength and make sure you remain healthy and doing the things you love.
Hawkstone exercise therapists will move you through your custom-designed program and show you exactly how the movements should be done, which muscles you’re working and how you can identify proper form and correct it. We’ll continue to monitor your progress and adjust the program as needed. After every visit, your exercise therapist will send you home with some printed materials that detail your exercises to do at home
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If you’re coming to see us for a knee, hip or low back injury one of the most common exercises we prescribe is the clamshell. However, it’s also one of the exercises that most people do incorrectly.
For all the skiers and snowboarders out there it is time to get excited. The mountains have now had the first snow fall of the season so it's time to get ready for another season on the slopes. This year, be prepared to spend the whole day on the hill, rather than in the Chalet with a few lower body strengthening exercises.
As students head back to class and the homework starts to pile on it is time to check out your child’s back pack. Back packs can cause a variety of problems in the neck, back and shoulders due it being too heavy, worn improperly or not having enough padding and support. Read on for some tips to make back to school a little less painful.
As summer draws to an end and we get closer to fall we get closer to bow hunting season. Archery can put a great deal of stress on the muscles of the shoulder, arm and upper back. Both arms are working against the resistance of the string and bow as you draw the arrow back and release it. Muscle tears, tendonitis and bursitis are common injuries that can occur with archery. Read on for some strengthening exercises that can help prevent these injuries.
With summer now in full swing so too is the golf season. Don't let an injury prevent you from hitting the links. Check out a few simple core exercises that can strengthen the back and maybe even improve your swing!