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by Dr. Matt Fontaine   A human takes an average of 2000 steps per foot covering a one mile distance.  That is a significant number of repetitive movement.  What happens if poor joint movement and muscle imbalance are causing you to bare weight unevenly?  These faults can...

by Dr. Matt Fontaine This article will expand on topics we covered in our "SHRUGGING OFF SHOULDER PAIN" clinic as part of our 4- part Injury Prevention and Performance Clinic Series in partnership with Trident CrossFit. Patients with injury and pain who seek medical care deserve:  An...

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtcBY465DNI[/embed] MFL Podcast 93: Dr. Matt Fontaine on the easiest ways to prevent injury & optimize performance - YouTube Dr. Matt Fontaine on Muscle For Life Podcast: Learn the easiest ways to prevent injury and optimize performance in this podcast with Mike Mathews In this podcast I interview with...

by Dr. Matt Fontaine "THE MOST COMMON PATTERN OF MOVEMENT DYSFUNCTION WE SEE IN RUNNERS AND ATHLETES IN GENERAL IS POOR MOVEMENT, A LACK OF STABILITY & MOBILITY AND MOTOR CONTROL, RESULTING IN REPETITIVE MOTION INJURIES AND JOINT PAIN SYNDROMES" -DR. MATT FONTAINE Millions of people suffer...

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1bMbN9VgBM[/embed] Dr. Michael Leahy is the founder and developer of Active Release Techniques, a patented soft tissue technique that detects and resolves soft tissue adhesions resultant from sports injuries and repetitive overuse. Dr. Leahy on ART CHECK OUT DR. MATT FONTAINE EXPLAIN WHAT IS ACTIVE RELEASE TECHNIQUES? [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7ostsO7FMQ[/embed]...

ACTIVE RELEASE TECHNIQUE Active Release Techniques® (ART) is one of the fastest growing treatment methods in sports rehab and physical medicine practices today.  With the ability to treat injuries quickly and effectively, athletes all over the world have incorporated ART into their training regimens. "All Athletes and...

"We have seen the pro athlete, and the weekend warrior.  And it often takes too long to recover from injury.  Making matters worse, many just press on without really healing.  We know it is not about us...

A common injury for endurance athletes is "Achilles tendonitis".  Runner's and Triathletes are frequently affected.  To be fair, for most of these athletes this is an umbrella term that does not accurately describe the actual structures involved.  In most cases, it really isn't a tendonitis...

By Dr. Matt Fontaine   Does your head ache after workouts? Sports related headache Headache following exertion has been documented to have been described by Hippocrates1. Mainstream medicine often classifies headaches as either migraine or tension type headache. But the evidence based research does bot necessarily...