Author: Noah Harrison
Noah holds a Doctorate degree in physical therapy, specializing in the treatment of orthopeadic and sports related injuries. He has experience in rehabilitating a wide range of individuals, spanning from collegiate and professional level athletes, to the deconditioned and chronic pain population looking to regain a comfortable and active life.
Noah has found the principles of strength training taught through StrongFirst to be priceless in aiding his ability to help nearly everyone he works with reach their goals. He has his own private practice, Portland Integrative Physical Therapy LLC, which offers both rehabilitative as well as strength and conditioning services to the general public in Portland, Maine.
He treats and trains in Southern Maine, and is best reached via his personal website, NoahHarrisonDPT.
May 1, 2018It remains a point of contention—is squatting bad for your knees? Is it safer to squat no lower than parallel? Or are these merely myths, perpetuated by trainers who simply don't know how to properly establish a comfortable, full-depth squat pattern for those who struggle with it?
November 7, 2017Often rearing its ugly head in scenarios involving challenging overhead movements and/or general fatigue, the rib flare robs the individual of his or her potential strength. Thus, rib flare must always be caught and corrected.