It’s below freezing on the lake at seven o’clock in the morning, but sweat still streams down my face and into my eyes. My breath is short and labored. My legs and arms are screaming for me to stop, and my brain agrees. Still, I push on backward through the mist and cold, heart in overdrive. Why do I do this sport again?
Rowing is a backward sport. Predawn...
ITHACA, NY— If music soothes the savage beast, how do you soothe those making the music? Carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive stress injury, back pain — these are just a few of the problems musicians can suffer while practicing and performing their craft.
To help both musicians and medical practitioners learn more about the prevention and care of such injuries, Ithaca College...
The PT department — with half its faculty graduates of the program — is one of the College’s shining stars. by Greg Ryan ’08
When Terri Hoppenrath ’89 was a physical therapy student at IC, Andrew Robinson had a reputation as the toughest professor in a physical therapy department known for its...