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Load vs. Capacity

Musculoskeletal injury, whether sudden or from repetitive use, often boils down to the imbalance between load and capacity.  Many factors play a role in an individual’s experience of pain, but when we think about musculoskeletal injury on the level of the tissue, we can just about always see that load/demand has exceeded the capacity of the injured tissue. Many patients…

What is “FAI?”

Femoroacetabular impingement syndrome, commonly known as “FAI”, is a deformity of the hip joint that limits range of motion and can cause a “pinching” sensation in and around the hip joint.  There are typically three forms of impingement:  Cam, Pincer, or combined. The Cam form of FAI is when the femoral head and neck (the top of the long bone…

More is Not Necessarily Better

Healthcare is expensive.  And, sometimes it’s not even effective. A recent study published in the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy investigated if there was a correlation between how much an episode of care cost and outcomes of those interventions in individuals undergoing non-surgical treatment for shoulder pain. Results:  The outcomes of non-surgical care for shoulder pain at one…