Do you still use ice after an injury? STOP. Do you still follow R.I.C.E. (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation)? STOP. Now that we have your attention, let us explain why ice should not be used every time you have an injury. After an injury, the body has a process it goes
Here at Defy Sports Performance and Physiotherapy, we want to be up to date on anything that can help empower our clients to perform at their highest level. There seems to be new products and influencers constantly circulating social media with bold claims discussing the best exercise or recovery tool.
If you have ever spent any time with toddlers or young children, you will in no way question that kids are squatting champions! They can sit in a deep squat position while zooming cars around a track or caring for their doll. Then, without a bat of their eye, they
YES, YES, and YES! And to be clear, I’m not talking about sitting cross-legged on the floor and touching your toes, I’m talking about touching your toes from a standing position with your knees straight. Yes, I said it: knees straight! Some find it comical when I tell them they
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