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Corrective Exercise: Part 3 in our Exercise and Movement series

Posted by Dr. Marnie Mabee D'Andrea on Wednesday, April 15, 2020, In : Exercise 


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In our last two newsletters we discussed both prehabilitation and then rehabilitation to help you make it through an injury.  Now let’s take a look at your overall motion and make sure you are moving well.  

There are many different screening methods that have been utilized during various medical evaluations, team tryouts, combines or sports training camps.  The evaluators of these screens take different information from them that may lead to a score of overall functioning, readiness t...


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Rehabilitation: Part 2 of our Exercise and Movement series

Posted by Dr. Marnie Mabee D'Andrea on Monday, March 9, 2020, In : Exercise 

Rehabilitation - restoring back to normal after an injury


In our last article we discussed prehab and noted the difference with rehab.  To recap, by definition, Rehabilitation (according to Oxford dictionary) is "the action of restoring someone to health or normal life through training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness".  Prehabilitation can be defined as "the process of care, initiated before surgery, whereby patients’ physical, nutritional, medical and mental conditions are strengthened while waiting for surgery in order ...


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Prehabilitation:  Part 1 of our Exercise and Movement series

Posted by Dr. Marnie Mabee D'Andrea on Wednesday, February 12, 2020, In : Exercise 


Prehabilitation is a newer buzz word that is used often in the healthcare industry, in particular, more amoungst physical therapy providers like chiropractors, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, athletic therapists, massage therapists and some orthopedic surgeons.  By definition, Rehabilitation (according to Oxford dictionary) is "the action of restoring someone to health or normal life through training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness".  Prehabilitation can be de...

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