Therapy Articles
  • 5 Activities Your Low Back Wishes You Would Change
    1) Getting Out of Bed If you were hoping this means that you should hit snooze until 10am, sorry sleepy head. This is referring to HOW you get yourself out of bed. Luckily, this is an easy fix, and ...
  • Recovery, Recovery, Recovery!
    Sports Performance is a buzzword that holds a high amount of value in competitive athletics. When most people think about performance in sports, they think about training, lifting, agility drills, or ...
  • Prepare. Perform. Prevent.
    At Mid-South Spine and Sports Performance, our motto is Prepare. Perform. Prevent. We truly believe that the services and content that we push for at Mid-South Spine and Sports Performance are a ...
  • Ask the Chiro: Chiropractic Concussion Care
    Concussions are a commonly seen condition, especially in sports care. Chances are if you have played a significant amount of competitive sports, regardless of the level, you or one of your teammates ...
  • All About Running Injuries
    Are you a runner who needs help getting back up to speed? Running injuries are seen in everyone from the recreational runner to the most advanced ironman athletes. As a provider for all athletics at ...
  • 5 Easy Ways to Reduce Health Care Costs
    In the wake of yet another report of insurance hikes set for 2017, more and more people will find themselves asking one question: Why are health care costs SO HIGH? Now I know “tis the ...
  • RPR Meets Finding Strength
    Recently I had the opportunity to work with Zach Gallmann, founder and producer of the popular strongman series, Finding Strength, at EliteFTS. Zach had heard a lot about the new RPR method for ...
  • RPR Case Files: Shoulder Driving Hip Compensation
    History This case involves a female in her early 30s. She is active, physically fit, and exercises regularly at NBS Fitness. Her complaint is severe pain in the front of the left hip (7/10 on a 0-10 ...
  • Article Summary: Joint Health Maintenance Tips
    I recently ran across a great article at EliteFTS on joint maintenance and it was spot on awesome that I decided to share it. With joint and musculoskeletal pain being one of the most prevalent ...
  • RPR: Wake Up Your True Performance Potential
    An Introduction to RPR: For those who are unfamiliar, over the last two or three months, I have added a new and powerful service to the line of performance and results based services at Mid-South ...
  • Ask the Chiro: The Differences of Heat vs Ice
    In this edition of “Ask the Chiro,” we will take a look at another common question that comes up a lot i the everyday patient, Heat vs Ice. Both are modalities used to reduce pain and ...
  • Why High School Athletes Should Build Recovery Habits Now
    This fall marks my 7th year as either a competitor or provider in collegiate athletics. During these seven years, I’ve been fortunate to do my part in 4 different programs at the Division I ...
  • Ask the Chiro: Addressing Chiropractic Stigmas.
    The most common of all chiropractic stigmas is “Once you start, you have to keep going forever.” Just as with any stigma, there are two sides to this story. I will address some of the ...
  • Limited Promotion on Foot Levelers!
    Mid-South Spine and Sports Performance is invested in the continual process of providing the best in sports performance care for our athletes and patients. One of these products have been our recent ...
  • Top 10 Quotes From RPR Athletes
    A month ago, I attended the Reflexive Performance Reset™ (RPR™) seminar at The Spot Athletics Columbus, OH. If you didn’t read about my expectations and review on RPR’s benefits, feel ...
  • Head to Toe Performance: Chiropractic Foot Care
    The foot and ankle region is one of the most common areas neglected in corrective and performance care of athletes. 26 bones make up each foot and ankle of the 206 bones in the body  This accounts ...
  • Reflexive Performance Reset Weekend Review
    As you may remember, my last blog talked about my expectations and excitement for the Reflexive Performance Reset™ (RPR™) seminar being held at The Spot Athletics in Columbus, OH. I was looking ...
  • How Does Compensation Cause Injury? Part I: An Introduction to Functional Lesions
    In practice (private or team sports), there are a wide spectrum of injuries that can occur in many different places. Today’s world of information undoubtably arms patients with more knowledge ...
  • Ask the Chiro: Three Reasons to Re-Think Self-Adjusting.
    As one of the blog series I want to begin, I will be opening up a Q&A for the services I provide and the thoughts and reasoning behind them. To begin we will start off with some of the most ...
  • Trust the Process
    Everywhere you look these days, there’s another scheme at work. “Get rich quick!” “Lose 30 lbs in 30 days!!” “New trick for six pack abs fast!” Thing is, they’re all bullshit. Now, I know that’s a ...
  • The Road to Recovery
    “We don’t get stronger in training, we get stronger in recovery.” -Josh Thigpen, 3x WSM Competitor and author of Cube for Strongman Everyone knows rest is important. In the midst of this three day ...
  • The Shin Bone Is Connected to the Thigh Bone
    I deal with muscle imbalances all day with my training and massage clients.  When people feel an ache or pain they immediately assume the point of discomfort is the problem.  What I have learned from ...
  • Core Training: Revised and Revisited
    Core Training: Revised and Revisited By John Taylor Weglicki, PT, DPT Every gym rat and personal trainer has a different outlook on how to train the core musculature. There are countless gadgets and ...
  • The Battle of Wounded Elbow
    The Battle Of Wounded Elbow: A Case Study of Sorts Taylor Weglicki, PT, DPT I decided to take a bit of a different direction with this month’s article. I’ve had an interesting time lately working ...
  • Therapeutic Massage: An Introduction
    There are a multitude of forms of massage available to choose from: Swedish, Thai, Hot Stones, etc. While most people know the most common massage style (Swedish), sometimes referred to as relaxation ...
  • A Treatise Against Foam Rolling
      A Treatise Against Foam Rolling Taylor Weglicki, PT, DPT For some time now, mobility has been taking the fitness industry by storm. Everyone is too tight, we sit like crap, we move like crap, ...
  • SHOULDER PAIN, DYSFUNCTION, AND A (POTENTIALLY) BLOODY MESS
    I’ve been getting a ton of questions in the gym lately in regards to shoulder issues. The powerlifters are gearing back up for another meet and things are getting heavy again, the strongmen are ...
  • Band Pull Apart Super Series for Shoulder Health
    Check out the original article here: http://www.elitefts.com/education/rehab-recovery/band-pull-apart-super-series-for-healthy-shoulders/  ...