Now accepting Telehealth appointments. Schedule a virtual visit.

Blog Articles

 A Closer Look at Pediatric Sports Medicine

 A Closer Look at Pediatric Sports Medicine

It’s easy to think of children as mini versions of adults. However, bones and soft tissue respond differently in pediatric athletes than they will after physical maturity. Keep reading to learn more.
May 10th, 2024
Benefits of Physical Therapy

Benefits of Physical Therapy

Physical therapy uses your body’s natural healing abilities to reduce pain and increase mobility. It’s a powerful treatment when you’re dealing with an injury, chronic pain, or rehab after surgery.
Apr 2nd, 2024
 Pro Athlete Tips for Sidestepping Knee Injuries

 Pro Athlete Tips for Sidestepping Knee Injuries

Knee injuries are common sports injuries in athletes of all ages. The demands of sports place added strain on the knee — the body’s largest joint and one of the most complex. We’ve compiled a series of tips that work for athletes of any level.
Mar 20th, 2024

Every Pitcher Should Do This to Avoid Elbow and Shoulder Problems

Baseball spring training starts in February and it’s time for pitchers, catchers, throwers, and hitters to report. It’s time for players of all ages and skill levels to work on form to avoid repetitive strain and overuse injuries in the elbow and shoulder.
Feb 9th, 2024

What are biomechanics?

Biomechanics is an interdisciplinary science delves into the analysis of motion, material properties, and flow within biological systems. In this blog, we will explore the basics of biomechanics, its applications, and the significance of studying movement.
Jan 13th, 2024
 How to Keep Healthy Exercise Habits in The New Year

How to Keep Healthy Exercise Habits in The New Year

It’s traditional to set new goals in the New Year. Improved health and fitness often make the wish list, but they are often the quickest resolutions to take a back seat. Here are some tips on how to keep healthy exercise habits in the New Year. 
Jan 5th, 2024
4 Conditions Associated With Hip Pain

4 Conditions Associated With Hip Pain

Some pain after exercise is part of the process. Exerting muscles through exercise is how you build strength. However, when it comes to your legs, it is possible to overexert yourself resulting in a hip injury.
Dec 13th, 2023
10 Potential Signs of a Concussion

10 Potential Signs of a Concussion

Without appropriate care, concussions affect your cognition and brain health. Learn about the most common potential signs of a concussion so you can get the care you need.
Oct 2nd, 2023
Understanding the Role of Insulin in Your Body

Understanding the Role of Insulin in Your Body

Insulin is a crucial hormone that helps your body use the energy in food and regulate blood sugar. Learn about how insulin affects your health and the steps you can take to improve insulin sensitivity.
May 1st, 2023
What Are the First Steps to ACL Tear Prevention?

What Are the First Steps to ACL Tear Prevention?

An ACL tear can cause pain and can keep you away from the athletic activities you love. Learn about four essential steps you can start taking today to protect your knees from ACL injuries.
Jan 11th, 2023
The First Steps to Dealing With Hip Pain

The First Steps to Dealing With Hip Pain

Hip pain can interfere with your quality of life and your daily activity. Fortunately, treatment can offer pain relief and improved functionality. Learn about the steps our practice takes to help your hips.
Nov 17th, 2022
 Is Your Lifestyle Causing Back Pain?

Is Your Lifestyle Causing Back Pain?

Obviously, you’d do whatever you need to do to avoid back pain – right? Many people find that their lifestyle contributes to their back pain problems, and making changes can provide relief. Read to learn more.
Oct 3rd, 2022
triathlon in the heat

How to Treat Hamstring Cramps in T1 During a Triathlon

Knowing how to effectively treat hamstring cramps during T1 can help you get back on track and continue your race smoothly. Here’s a guide on how to manage and treat hamstring cramps in T1 during a triathlon.
Jul 10th, 2024
running in heat

Chafing Prevention for Runners: Tips for a Comfortable Run

Chafing occurs when skin repeatedly rubs against skin or clothing, causing irritation and discomfort. This can turn an enjoyable run into a painful ordeal. There are several strategies to prevent chafing and keep your runs comfortable and pain-free.
Jul 4th, 2024
youth baseball

Understanding and Preventing Elbow Injuries in Youth Baseball

With the increasing competitiveness of baseball, there has been a noticeable rise in elbow injuries among young players. These injuries, often caused by overuse and improper mechanics, can have long-lasting impacts on health and future in sports. 
May 16th, 2024
prp

Exploring the Potential of PRP Therapy in Managing Arthritis

In recent years, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy has emerged as a promising alternative for managing arthritis symptoms and promoting joint health. In this blog post, we delve into the potential of PRP therapy as a game-changer in the realm of arthritis
Mar 5th, 2024
PRP

Unlocking the Potential of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

PRP has garnered attention for its versatile applications across various medical specialties, from orthopedics to dermatology. In this blog post, we delve into the fascinating world of PRP therapy, its mechanisms, applications and potential benefits.
Mar 3rd, 2024
Foot strike types

Understanding Pronation in Running: A Comprehensive Guide

Pronation is a term commonly heard among runners, but its significance and impact on running performance are often misunderstood. In this blog post, we'll delve into pronation, its role in running, and how it can influence your injury risk.
Jan 22nd, 2024
Gait analysis at Princeton Sports and Family Medicine, P.C.

Unraveling the Science of Running Biomechanics

Running is not just about putting one foot in front of the other; it's a complex interplay of muscles, joints, and movement patterns. In this blog, we'll delve into the world of running biomechanics, exploring how our bodies move/ adapt to this movement.
Jan 14th, 2024