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MOVEMENT REFINED

Movement of the human body is primal. It's essential. Biomechanically sound movement is BETTER! It is necessary for your body's survival.

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More time to teach. More time to train. More time to connect with each client. Greater capacity to create more change in less time!

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We have offices in Chatham & Bernardsville so you don’t need to drive far to get world-class sports medicine & physical therapy . . . WE HAVE YOU COVERED!

FIX IT ONCE! - FIX IT RIGHT!

Stability. Mobility. Power. Strength. You want it? we WILL get you there.

CROSSFIT READY?

Our Chatham, NJ office is located within a CrossFit affiliate. Our clinicians not only treat CrossFit athletes, but are collegiate & CrossFit athletes themselves.

WE GOT BACK IN THE GAME

We have worked with Professional, Olympic, NCAA and high school amateur athletes from various sports & got them Back in the Game! We can do the same for you!

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DIMITRY POLYAKOV

LAUREN BEASLEY SHANAPHY

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Anterior Pelvic Tilt During Squatting (Part 1)

Anterior Pelvic Tilt & Squats – Corrections & Cues (Part 2)

Front loading a squat provides counter balance to allow you to better sit into and load hips 🔹goblet or front squatting also recruits core and spine erector tension keeping the...

Hip Hinge for Hamstring Health

Eccentric loading (length under tension) is crucial for hamstring mobility and strength. Pelvic position must be neutral to ensure sufficient length of the hamstrings. Incorporating a brief pause at the...

90/90 Hip Lift

Borrowed from the Postural Restoration Institute (PRI,) this drill is fantastic in getting someone out of an anterior pelvic tilt – which can lead to back pain, hamstring strains and...

Hamstring Strains & Anterior Pelvic Tilt

Introduction to the link between anterior pelvic tilt and the incidence of hamstring strains.

Ankle/Foot Position & Knee Pain

Client w/major (R) knee pain. Think her (R) ankle has something to do with it? She also complains of constantly spraining it. Single limb stance testing shows reverse/supination strategy. Releasing...

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