Improve Your Shoulder Strength and Mobility

Here's a great article from Boxrox about 7 great exercises for shoulder strength and mobility. 

Every day I work with many individuals who are experiencing pain, discomfort or experiencing a significant restricted range of motion. Integrating manual therapy modalities of Active Release Techniques (ART), NeuroMuscular (NMT), Active Isolated Stretching (AIS), Trigenics (extremely effective for frozen Shoulder and Piriformis Syndrome) and the Neil Asher Technique for Frozen Shoulder but very beneficial for all types of shoulder pain and dysfunction. 

Exercise is a cornerstone of our health but we must take care of our physical health, preventing future injury pain and holistic yet focused manual therapy treatment, is an important factor in long health. Any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me at 859-802-0448. Andy Shetterly 

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Andy Shetterly, LMT Interviewed For Business Wise on WNKU

Listen in on Andy’s interview with Crystal Faulkner and Tom Cooney on WNKU’s Business Wise programming segment and learn more about the growth of his business and the people that he has helped.

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Andy Shetterly, LMT Interview on WNKU

Peak Performance Sports Therapy Featured in Cincy Chic Magazine

Cincy Chic is the only online lifestyle publication for women in the Greater Cincinnati area and we were featured in an article titled Peak Performance Provides Relief by Rachael Rose of CincyChic on Feb. 11, 2013. Rachael interviews Andy and discusses some of issues that he sees in his practice and how much of the pain and discomfort he sees is unnecessary and can be avoided.

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What is Active Release Techniques (ART)?

ART - Active Release TechniqueART is a patented soft tissue manual therapy system, with over 500 specific protocols, which releases pain that is unnecessarily carried by millions of people each and every day, year after year. ART goes right to the source of pain and dysfunction to help normalize muscle, tendons, ligaments, nerves and fascia (Next Blog Post will focus on Fascia), which over time, builds up tough, dense scar tissue. This scar tissue not only restricts normal movement but also causes muscles to become both shorter and weaker, making them susceptible to strains, pulls and other soft tissue injuries.

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Sports Performance for Dancers

Dancers are some of the most highly trained athletes and have their own unique set of likely injuries and ailments. Staying on top of those small ailments so that they do not become full-blown performance limiting injuries is the topic of this linked interview I did for earlier this year.

Peak Performance specializes in three Advanced Sports Therapies

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