As a movement specialist I’m trained in how to analyze, breakdown, and improve movement. Improving efficiency and effectiveness with movement is the name of the game. Is the pickleball serve as important as a serve in tennis? No and yes. Let me explain. The serve in tennis takes time to master. You can’t expect toContinue Reading »
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If you’re a pickleball player and ever suffered from elbow pain, then you know how disruptive an elbow injury can be. It will not only prevent you from gripping your paddle, but it can make tasks such as opening a jar or a door downright excruciating. People suffer from elbow pain for way too long,Continue Reading »
Pickleball is considered one of the fastest-growing sports in the US. With the increased popularity, we see a trend of increased pickleball related injuries in the clinic. One of the most common injuries involves pickleball related knee pain. Ache knees, stiff knees, knee swelling, and knee pain are typical symptoms that can keep someone fromContinue Reading »
…or “Tips for continuing playing pickleball as you get older.” Pickleball is a combination of tennis, ping pong, and badminton. The rules are similar to tennis, but pickleball courts are half the size of a standard tennis court. It can be played with two or four players, which allows for a social aspect similar toContinue Reading »
We asked our college intern, Leann Coronado, to help collaborate with us on a blog for Simply Physio. Leann has been shadowing with us over the summer and is a student at Appalachian State University, she plans to apply to physical therapy school in the near future. Can I get hurt playing pickleball? As is true withContinue Reading »