The snap down exercise can be used as a way to introduce impact and refine eccentric control during rehabilitation. In the fitness setting it can be used as part of a progressive warm up prior to a plyometric session or agility and change of direction training.
Sam joins our team as our Sports Resident! The Sports Residency program provides a physical therapist with a unique outpatient clinical experience and sports exposure, guided mentorship and didactic knowledge needed to become a highly competent and confident, board-certified sports clinical specialist.
I am a current a 3rd year DPT student at Elon University. I grew up in an extremely small town in Minnesota and moved to Pennsylvania for Undergrad where I attended Shippensburg University and received my B.S. in Exercise Science in 2017. I have been involved in sports ever since I could remember. Although I did not play on a college sports team, I continued to be active during undergrad in intramurals and a local co-ed volleyball league. I also had a passion to learn and understand powerlifting and decided to join a CrossFit gym where I learned new skills that I continue to use to this day! Recently, I’ve taken up running as this has been the most challenging for me to progress with so far. I’m hoping my experiences with my athletic background can be a resource for my patients while also help me to connect and understand my future patients.
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This test evaluates an individual’s overall confidence in the arm following injury, the ability to support and stabilize their body weight in a dynamic manner through each arm, and the ability to tolerate impact through the arm.