Brian Schiff

Brian Schiff, PT, OCS, CSCS, is a licensed physical therapist, respected author and fitness professional. Currently, he serves as the supervisor for Raleigh Orthopaedic Performance Center (formerly EXOS at Raleigh Orthopaedic). Brian conducts live continuing education webinars and presents nationally at professional conferences and seminars on injury prevention, rehab and sport-specific training.
June 15 2016
This exercise is an excellent corrective exercise pattern for those with excessive spinal flexion and faulty movement patterns... View More
June 1 2016
The supine reverse hamstring curl is an excellent exercise to resolve chronic hamstring pain and improve hamstring strength and mobility... View More
May 13 2016
This exercise will facilitate single leg strengthening, improve dynamic hip stability and address any reaching asymmetry... View More
May 1 2016
This exercise is a simple, yet effective way to increase lower extremity strength and improve hip/knee stability... View More
April 15 2016
This exercise is is an excellent way to advance a traditional side plank exercise to increase lateral chain and pillar strength... View More
April 1 2016
This exercise aims to improve anti-rotation stability and eliminate muscle imbalances and poor movement patterns. Increasing anti-rotation strength will reduce transverse plane forces that result in many... View More
March 15 2016
This exercise is designed to reduce tightness and trigger points that are common in the posterior shoulder... View More
March 1 2016
This exercise is designed to facilitate improved posture, strengthen the scapular stabilizers and rotator cuff and reduce injury risk by encouraging good biomechanics... View More
Feb. 15 2016
This exercise is designed to reduce tightness and trigger points that are common in the pec major/minor... View More
Feb. 1 2016
This exercise will facilitate thoracic spine mobility as well as improving rotary stability... View More
Jan. 15 2016
This is an effective core exercise for the well client, as well as those recovering from a lower body injury... View More
Jan. 1 2016
This exercise will facilitate improved thoracic spine rotation while promoting optimal overhead shoulder mobility... View More
Dec. 15 2015
This exercise will facilitate closed chain hip stability and open chain hip flexor strength... View More
Dec. 1 2015
Thoracic kyphosis and limited thoracic spine extension is a common problem that often results from poor posture... View More
Nov. 15 2015
Thoracic kyphosis and limited thoracic spine extension is a common problem that often results from poor posture. Limited thoracic spine extension restricts overhead shoulder mobility and this ca... View More
Nov. 1 2015
Upper trap dominance along with scapular dyskinesia is a common issue with clients performing repetitive overhead activities (throwing, swimming, tennis, lifting, etc). Poor mechanics may lead to rotator... View More
Oct. 15 2015
Many athletes struggle to avoid valgus collapse with deceleration and cutting maneuvers. Another common mechanical error seen is landing or cutting too upright, thereby elevating risk for a knee injury... View More
Oct. 1 2015
Lower leg strength and dynamic balance asymmetries are prevalent in many clients depending on their leg dominance, activities, injury history and preferred movement patterns. Single leg strengthening is... View More
Sept. 15 2015
Strength asymmetries are fairly common in people, especially if they have suffered a prior injury or participate in repetitive activities and sports. Training lower the lower leg in a unilateral fashion... View More
Sept. 1 2015
Thoracic kyphosis and latissimus tightness is a common presentation in many clients. Poor posture and the use of computers, tablets and phones and repetitive activity leads to this presentation. For overhead... View More

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