M.E.L.T. and Move @ Movevolution Inc., B

Richard Symister @ MovEvolution Physical Therapy February 25, 2014

M.E.L.T. and Move @ Movevolution Inc., Brooklyn! Last Wednesday’s grand opening M.E.L.T. Method class was a success! Lisa Lopez is an excellent instructor for this intimate, 1 hour class held at Movevoution Physical Therapy, (Fort Greene) Brooklyn. Athletes, dancers, cyclists, runners — are you ready to treat your chronic pain symptoms? SIGN UP for a [...]

Dancers and Movement Artists – Save The Dates

Richard Symister @ MovEvolution Physical Therapy February 22, 2014

MovEvolution Physical Therapy, Brooklyn, NY SELF-HEALING for DANCE WELLNESS series @ Movevolution Inc., Brooklyn, NY Module I: Saturday, February 22nd, 2014 @ 6 PM Module II: Saturday, March 1st, 2014 @ 6 PM http://ow.ly/i/4FPjR http://ow.ly/tS70j

MovEvolution Stretching Lab News and Tips

Richard Symister @ MovEvolution Physical Therapy February 15, 2014

An active, sports-specific warm-up can be more beneficial to your training and performance than pre-stretching. http://ow.ly/i/4r3eI

M.E.L.T. and Move M.E.L.T. classes

Richard Symister @ MovEvolution Physical Therapy February 14, 2014

M.E.L.T. classes are now being offered at MovEvolution Physical Therapy, Brookyn! Where: MovEvolution Physical Therapy 87 Fort Greene Place (b/t Fulton and DeKalb) Brooklyn, NY 11217 718-522-2658 When: Wednesdays (starting February 19, 2014), 10 AM Payment: $25.00 Pay (cash, or check) @ the door, prior to class. (Please be aware, due to the intimate setting [...]

Pain is normal. Suffering is not.

Richard Symister @ MovEvolution Physical Therapy February 12, 2014

Pain tells us that are body is not doing something right. Poor alignment, excessive rotation, overloaded joints or bad posture can all send pain signals to our brain during our sports and dance training. This is a good thing because pain tells us that we are doing something wrong, damaging tissue and are on course [...]

Winter – H20 and the Athlete

Richard Symister @ MovEvolution Physical Therapy February 3, 2014

Winter time does not mean less water when working out. Your body still needs it and usually in the same quantities.