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Dr. Kristal Nelson PT, Sports Physio We are all looking forward to getting back on the court. Ideally you have all taking this opportunity to improve your mobility, strength, and agility so when you head out on court you are prepared for the demands of tennis. There are probably a few of you who have...
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Dr. Kristal Nelson PT, SCS Physio Coach Sports Clinical Specialist I had a surprise opportunity to watch a couple of local young ATP players on the Challenger/Futures tour as I was playing with a regular group of guys at Middle Creek HS on Christmas Eve. It was quite distracting and my doubles partner had likely...
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Dr. Kristal Nelson PT, DPT, SCS As we head into the tennis “off-season” perhaps it’s time to improve our movement literacy to recover from our sport that drives us from February through October. Yes, there are winter leagues, but hopefully it is a time for no pressure tennis and gives us a chance to recover,...
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          Dr. Kristal Nelson PT Board Certified Sports PT You know the feeling. Your legs are heavy, your energy is zapped and you feel like you can’t get enough air. It’s our summer time ritual of transitioning from the cool/dry temps of spring to the dog days of summer. Avoiding heat...
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          Dr. Kristal Nelson PT Board Certified Sports PT Recently I wrote an article entitled Busting the Myths of Tennis Elbow. In this companion article, where we are focusing on the recovery process, I’m offering up some practical advice to help solve the frustrating problem that is tennis elbow so you...
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          Dr. Kristal Nelson PT Board Certified Sports PT You know how frustrating and debilitating “tennis elbow” can be. Much of the frustration stems from misinformation and myths that are passed through the internet and other sources. I also think the medical community has let us down in explaining what this...
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