Monthly Archives: January 2013

Knitting Tips from a Physical Therapist

“Just one more row.”  I’ve thought it myself countless times- only to realize another 20 minutes has gone by without making any move to stop.  Regardless of your level of skill, anyone who knits has probably dealt with the aches and pains associated with working on a project for too long.  How can you avoid…
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Snowboarding, A Physical Therapist’s Perspective

An east coast transplant to California, I’ve fallen in love with the mountains.  In the winter, for me that means strapping on a snowboard to play in the snow in Tahoe.  As those of you who ski and snowboard know, this requires a certain level of fitness.  Aside from the endurance and general strength it…
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Awesome Apps for the New Year!

Below is a compilation of apps we, at San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy have used or had recommended that work well and align with what we do to get people better and help them stay that way! If you have a particular favorite, please email sturdy@sfsspt.com with your suggestion. MyFitnessPal -- calorie and…
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