I’m a Cyclist and a Physical Therapist, and Here is What I Do For the Four Most Common Recreational Cycling Injuries
Follow these tips to eliminate and treat the four most common recreational cycling injuries.
I’m a Cyclist and Physical Therapist, and When I Felt Pain in the Front of my Knee From Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome, I Did This
Follow this cycling PT’s approach to preventing and treating Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome When Cycling.
Follow this cycling PT’s approach to preventing and treating Achilles Tendinitis When Cycling.
Follow this cycling PT’s approach to preventing and treating Piriformis Syndrome When Cycling.
Perform this ten-minute shoulder pain while cycling prevention and rehab routine.
Perform this five-minute neck rehab routine and follow these bike position tips to tackle stubborn neck pain while cycling.
Follow my tips and tricks to get rid of that nagging Plantar Fasciitis When Cycling!
Overactive Bladder when cycling can be prevented with this training program.
I’m a Cyclist and Physical Therapist, and This is the Full-Body Stretch Routine I Do After Every Ride
Follow this 10-minute post-ride stretching exercises for cyclists program to jump-start your recovery.
Prostatitis is a common condition affecting 50% of all men in their lifetime, particularly cyclists. But you don’t have to live with it.
I’m a Cyclist and Physical Therapist, and When I Identified This Pain On the Outside of My Knee, I Did This
Follow my multi-step approach to eliminating lateral knee pain for good!
Add this 5-minute foam rolling program to your post-ride routine to revitalize your muscle recovery.
Ever wonder the difference between a sprain and a strain? Or a cramp and a stitch? Knowing just might make dealing with them more manageable.
The Rule of Thumb for treating cycling injuries with Cold, Heat, or Both!
The most important muscle in the cyclist’s body that you have never heard of!
Dead Butt Syndrome is a common cycling condition that can be treated and prevented by following these simple steps.
By following these bike fit, shoe choice, and muscle flexibility tips you can prevent ankle and foot pain from taking the fun out of your ride.
Eliminate and prevent the pain at the back of your knee by following these simple tips!
Eliminate and prevent the pain on the outside of your knee by following these simple tips!
Ride strong without that nagging pain in the front of your knee by following these tips!
Rhabdomyolysis is a serious health concern we can avoid with knowledge of the disease and how to prevent it.