The baseball off-season is a great time to work on arm health, mechanical inefficiencies, mobility and strength. Try this movement
Now that Baseball season has officially ended, it’s a great time to begin the recovery process. That means REST…from throwing.
Injuries to the shoulder and elbow are common amongst baseball players and the topic of many studies in peer reviewed journals. Previous
This is a guest post from Kevin Wentz, PT, CSCS. Kevin is the Founder and Co-Owner of Catz Physical Therapy
Baseball Players Diagnosed with Ulnar Collateral Ligament Tears Demonstrate Decreased Balance Compared to Healthy Controls. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical