Too Many Curve Balls in Youth Baseball?

By Keith J. Cronin of Dynamic Tape ® Youth baseball programs - Little League in particular - have put new limits in place in recent years to reduce the number of pitches thrown per game, week, and for what team, prompting, indeed requiring, parents and coaches to get out "the clicker" to count pitches. With pitch limits ...

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Dynamic Tape: The Pitcher’s Panacea?

Dynamic Tape: The Pitcher’s Panacea?

By Keith J. Cronin of Dynamic Tape ® Matt Harvey and Stephen Strasburg are two of many young pitchers who have found themselves on the disabled list for a long period of time because of elbow, tendon or shoulder issues. The trend is happening more and more as younger pitchers throw more innings and put more ...

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Rotator Cuff Syndrome

Rotator Cuff Syndrome

The rotator cuff is the most important group of muscles giving the shoulder support and stability. This structural support allows the shoulder joint to move and turn through a wide range of motions and allows us to perform an amazing variety of tasks with our arms.  Due to this mobility, rotator cuff injuries are very ...

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The Year Round Athletic Youth

The Year Round Athletic Youth

Today our children begin training and playing year round sports from a very early age.  The results have been extraordinary in the Wins and Losses column. The Win column contains the amazing achievements in speed, coordination, and overall results. Unfortunately, the Losses have included an increase in injuries.  To convert those losses our spinal specialist teams ...

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