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Aging with Strength!

Get strong - Stay strong There may not be a fountain of youth feeding Lake Washington, but you can add years to your life with muscles! Resistance training, or weight lifting, has great benefits for us as we age. You can feel great and flex your Read more...

Climbing Rehab / Injury Prevention!

Climb on! Hey, follow our Youtube channel for a stream of vids on strengthening and injury prevention. Our climbing specific playlist is just getting up and rolling, but you can check out this gem below. We're starting with a focus on the shoulder but will expand throughout Read more...

Good Versus Bad Pain

OUCH! Are you feeling some aches and pains after your last match at the Madison Park tennis court? Are your ankles still sore from your run through the arboretum last week? Is that good or bad pain? Pain is often the main topic of conversation with our Read more...

Summer Hydration

Drink-up! We are fortunate to live in a beautiful city surrounded by water. In typical years it seems water falls from the sky more often then not! Come August and early September we might find ourselves seeking out the coolness of the lakes for relief from Read more...

Get a leg up on running season!

It's Running Season! The weather has shifted, signaling one of our favorite seasons at MoveMend: Running Season! It is such a great time of year to build up your strength and flexibility so that you can get out and run in the arboretum and avoid preventable injury.  Read more...

What is plantar fasciitis?

Do you have pain on the bottom of your foot or your heel when you first get out of bed? Or how about after sitting for awhile? If so, you might have plantar fasciitis. So what is plantar fasciitis? The plantar fascia originates on the bottom of Read more...

Rock Climbing Blog Series Coming Soon!

Climbing Injuries Happen - Often I'm digging into the research of arm and hand injuries in climbers. I'm going to compare some climbing cult classics with the medical literature. After that I'll share rehabilitation tips from my 20+ year experience treating common climbing injuries. This topic has been Read more...