The Most Important Muscle When It Comes To Preventing Running Injuries

The Gluteus Medius (Glute Med) may very well be the most important muscle when it comes to preventing running injuries.  This small muscle, located at the top and outer part of the buttocks is crucial to pelvic stability.  In the image below, you can see the location of this muscle. [Read more…]

STOP STRETCHING…at least before your workout

You have probably heard the old axiom “stretch well before your workout”.  It was something that was probably taught to you in gym class and in sports as you were growing up.  Coaches or instructors would have you hold a stretch for 20 or 30 seconds, maybe longer, and then you would move onto the next stretch.  This is called static stretching.  You may still hear people swear by stretching before exercising.   However, recent research has shown that static stretching can increase the probability of injury as well as diminish your performance during exercise. [Read more…]

Helping Other While Helping our Patients

2013 is well underway – in fact, we are nearly half way through. We sincerely hope that you have crossed some of your 2013 goals off your list by now! At Colorado Injury Treatment Center we have a goal of our own that we are making good progress against, but we still have a long way to go. [Read more…]

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