Dynamic Movement Assessment and Dartfish

Example of one of our biomechanical analysis tests. Notice the left hip translates too far to the left (right picture). This is an example of a biomechanical dysfunction. Example of a DMA test Last weekend I attended a conference in Atlanta by Trent Nessler, DPT and Ella Dunn on Lower Extremity Dysfunction Assessment using Dartfish video analysis software.  Dr. Trent Nessler put together 6 dynamic movements plus a video analysis…

Chronic Inflammation: Train without Pain Using Nutrition

Innersport is pleased to offer a round table discussion on what athletes should know about chronic inflammation, training, and nutrition.   Speakers will include nutritionist Tamar Cohen of TriHolistic Nutrition, Immunologist, Dr. Susan Watson of XOMA, and Sports Medicine Specialist Dr. Jessica Greaux of Innersport Chiropractic. What:   Chronic Inflammation and Training When:  Thursday, February 10, 2011 at 7:30PM Where:  Innersport Chiropractic, Ltd.   1250 Addison St. Suite 102,  Berkeley,…

Doing the Death Ride? Alta Alpina? What You Should Know About Gears.

My 5 pass stickers! Last year, as many of you know, I completed the Tour of the California Alps, aka, The Death Ride in honor of my buddy Bix.  I couldn't have completed all 5 steep, long, and sustained passes without many useful tips from experienced riders.  One such tip was to just go slow.  And that I did.  I didn't push hard on the pedals most of the…