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Episode: 114

In this episode, Dillon sits down with Dr. Craig Lindell to discuss his running training and journey to complete a half marathon! The discussion dives into; How to stay disciplined with your training to reach your goal, how to become a more efficient runner, what areas to strengthening to both improve performance and decrease the risk of injury in other areas and much more answered for you on this episode. We hope you enjoy it!ย 

Episode: 113

In this episode, Dillon sits down with Dr. Sherif Elnaggar to discuss what creates nerve pain such as sciatica and carpal tunnel syndrome. We look to answer; what causes nerve pain? How do nerves behave differently compared to other structures in your body? How can you calm down an irritated nerve root? What is neurodynamics? How does neural mobility relate to overall mobility? These and much more answered on this episode!   -Team [P]Rehab   Learn More Aboutย Dr. Sherif Elnaggar, PT, DPT, OCS Read How To Relieve Nerve Pain: Understanding Neurodynamics Watch A Better Way To Stretch Your Hamstring Learn More About The Hamstring [P]Rehab Program Connect with Team [P]Rehab [P]Rehabbers thank you for listening and let us know what to talk about next. We hope to help you take control of your health through education! Did you enjoy this? Please rate, review, share, and subscribe. Every bit of feedback, comments, subscriptions, and sharing helps!!!   ...

Episode: 112

In this episode, Dillon discusses what is truly happening during a spinal manipulation or adjustment and what is not happening! We dive into the Law Of The Artery and The Subluxation Theory. Where did these theories originate? Are they valid? Should manipulations be used or avoided? All of this and more answered in this episode!

Episode: 111

In this episode, Dillon discusses the noises our bodies make, specifically the snap, crackles, and pops in joints and tissues. We answer the questions, what creates the crepitus noise, and does it mean a pathology is present? Is it abnormal for these noises to be present? This is part 1 explaining the noises; in part 2 we will be taking a deep dive into what the noises are not!

Episode: 110

In this episode, Dillon is joined by Tommy to discuss what is missing in ACL Rehab? The re-injury rate remains high leading us to the question, why is this occurring? We also discuss the importance of a "quiet knee" in the Rehab process, the role of bracing and crutches, return to sport testing, and the importance of truly strengthening the quads!

Episode: 108

In this episode, Dillon is joined by Craig to discuss the saying, "Movement Is Medicine", in its entirety! Is movement actually medicine? Can exercise be the solution to the rising rates of chronic disease? We also dive into why movement is not offered more as a solution and how we can make simple solutions sexy! Lastly, the episode discusses how to know if you are being led down the path for movement longevity vs the pathway to training-related injury.

Episode: 107

This is part 3 of a 3 part series with expert aerobic capacity Coach Chris Hinshaw. In this episode we answer how to pace various types of workouts, how to build further work and aerobic capacity, and why elite fitness athletes tend to have higher risk of rhabdomyolysis.ย 

Episode: 106

This is part 2 of a 3 part series with worldwide endurance coaching expert Chris Hinshaw. Part 1 was about becoming better coaches, part 2 we dive into the interference effect. Is it true that training cardio or endurance will impact your weightlifting performance or can it actually help improve your performance? We also dive into the role the aerobic system plays in recovery!