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If you live in an area where you have a choice here are some considerations to help you decide who you want to see. Certification - Look for an orthopedic physician certified in the sports medicine subspecialty and check to see that their certification is current. In the U.S. sports certified physical therapists will have SCS initials after their name. ...


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I'm not sure if this is the best answer for you, but from my own experiences I'd recommend three exercises that I've really found terrific: Single leg Romanian deadlifts. Long name, lots of radness. In particular I like it because it tends to quickly isolate and showcase imbalances. There's a lot of "little" muscles working in order to pull this lift off. ...


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Any exercise program is going to require calories to support building strength and muscle. While you make no reference to the exercises, sets, and reps you are performing, let’s assume that you are fueling your body sufficiently for the three training days. You can check that by using one of the many online calorie estimators. While they can approximate ...


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I can't give you medical advice - (not a doc), but I can give you some links to hopefully help answer some of your questions. Here is some information on Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP). The treatment is relatively new so evidence for its outcomes is still being collected. For example, using PRP for elbow tendinitis (tennis elbow) has shown clinical ...


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When you train for high resistance, your body will gain a mind-muscle connection to the specific movement. If you don't train that particular movement for a long period of time, those motor neurons used to fire those muscles will not be as strong as they were before.



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