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Restoring Muscle Function with Biofeedback

On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show, I’m joined by Russ Paine to talk about the use of biofeedback in rehabilitation to restore volitional muscle contraction. To view more episodes, subscribe, and ask your questions, go to mikereinold.com/askmikereinold.

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How to Restore Volitional Muscle Control

To properly function after an injury or surgery, returning strength back to the involved muscle groups is always essential. In fact, strength is often used as one of our main objective findings we look at when evaluating an injury, or … Read more >

Why You Should Be Using Biofeedback in Rehabilitation

This week’s article is an excellent guest post from my friend Russ Paine, PT, discussing why and how we should be using biofeedback in our rehabilitation patients.  Russ and I are both big fans of biofeedback but unfortunately, it’s fallen Read more >

Is Icing an Injury Really Bad for You? What the Science Says

Today’s article is an excellent review of the effects of cryotherapy, or ice, from my good friend Phil Page, PhD, PT, ATC, CSCS, FACSM.  Man, icing an injury sure has taken some heat (see what I did there…) lately on … Read more >

Is the Intensity of NMES Important for Strength Gains?

Rotator Cuff NMESNeuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) is a common modality used in rehabilitation to help restore function and strength of inhibited muscles.  As our professions continue to grow and expand our goal of restoring “function,” many have moved away from modalities like … Read more >

Low-Level Laser Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Tendinopathy

I found an interesting article in the American Journal of Sports Medicine on the effects of low-level laser on the treatment of Achilles tendinopathy. I must admit that I am, and have been, an avid user of laser energy. … Read more >