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UM Flint DPT Program

https://www.umflint.edu/graduateprograms/physical-therapy-transitional-dpt#tab-why-um-flint I have to say it: I truly loved the time spent studying for my doctorate (2008-2010) at the University of Michigan – Flint Physical Therapy Program. What I thought it would be…what it was…and what is has meant to me…these things have all morphed over the years. One thing is for sure: I made […]

Martin Vecchio Photography

Martin Vecchio: professional photographer We had a remarkable guest in our “house” today….Martin Vecchio of  Martin Vecchio Photography.  He came to do a photo shoot for promotional and instructional photos of our clinic and treatments. With the help of my friend and crossfitter Lisa E., and a half-a-day’s worth of shooting, we pulled off a remarkable […]

Sprint Interval Training (SIT)

Do you incorporate high intensity efforts into your training plan? As a runner or cyclist, endurance training is KING….but neglecting the high intensity will only hinder your growth and progression within the sport. More important, for those with limited time for training, studies show that getting the higher intensities into the workouts tends to help “supplement” […]

RockTape FMT Course

We are excited to announce that on November 9th and 10th Adams Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy will be the host for the upcoming RockTape Fascial Movement Taping (FMT) Level 1 and Level 2 courses Located in Novi, Michigan, our clinic is easily accessible by the surrounding major cities of Michigan, Northern Ohio, Illinois and Indiana. We […]

Barefoot Running

  Do you run? Do you run barefoot? Do you coach/train athletes that run barefoot? Then take a look at this timely summary article from the British Journal of Sports Medicine (Oct 2013). (institutional access required). http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24108403 It’s seems obvious to say that people have been running barefoot for centuries…to spare their lives from a saber-tooth […]

How safe is cycling?

IN a recent blog/post by New York Times writer Gian Kolata, the concept of safety in cycling is discussed. And with good merit. It is a good read, complete with statistics and insight from well-respected medical professionals. One consideration I would like to add is that the mechanism of injury (MOI) for many cycling injuries is overlooked. […]

Forefoot Wedges in Cycling

  Adams Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy – Novi, MI Wednesday Warrant: why we do what we do… In sports medicine, when we analyze gait, one thing we pay particular attention to is the mechanics of the foot. Especially when the foot hits the ground, which typically is at the heel, and how this affects […]

Bike Fit from Medicine of Cycling

  Another great publication from the Medicine of Cycling group. Curtis gives a great bike fit overview. Not all cyclists come with the same goals, the same experience nor the same equipment. Moreover, their strength, flexibility and riding technique all play a part in the bike fit process. Each should be addressed on an individual […]

Medicine of Cycling — Mini Medical School for the Public Presented by UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine – UCTV – University of California Television

These guys are doing more than their part to help advance and blend the two worlds of cycling and medicine. Congrats, and keep up the great work!   Medicine of Cycling — Mini Medical School for the Public Presented by UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine – UCTV – University of California Television.