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Baseball Biomechanics

Pitching Eric Folmar Testimonials:

“After my son’s UCL injury was diagnosed Eric immediately got to work identifying the conditions that led to the injury. He was able to identify that the stress on the UCL was not coming from his elbow but was in fact coming from flexibility limitations in his shoulder. Eric then analyzed his throwing motion with video taken from before the injury through which he was able to identify the precise mechanics in his throwing motion that had put further stress on the UCL. Once these issues were identified, Eric came up with a program tailored to my son’s unique issues. The program not only focused on stretching and strengthening but also on techniques to promote proper arm slot while pitching. The goal always being 100% recovery and long term prevention of injury re-occurrence. The bottom line is that if my son had be evaluated by Eric before the injury it likely would never have happened.” – Michael






"Baseball and Softball are sports of skill, coordination, and athletic ability. To throw, catch, and hit a baseball or a softball requires the coordinated contraction of many muscles to create skilled movements of multiple body segments. Any fault at any point in this kinetic chain can result in diminished performance or lead to injury. 

The purpose of the biomechanical  evaluation is to reduce the risk of injury or re-injury by addressing the efficiency of a player's mechanics. If a player is able to generate arm speed using his entire body, then less force and torque will be placed on his throwing arm.
Eric Folmar,  PT, DPT, OCS, CKTP, Luke Lindsy-Brisbin PT, DPT, CSCS, and Thomas Reilly PT, DPT, CSCS specialize in biomechanical analysis of movement patterns of athletes. Combined with the skills of our Dirt Dawg coaching staff the ability to teach the skills and identify underlying causes of diminished performance and/or injury. 

Our goal is to keep your athlete performing their best at the highest and safest levels possible. "

Programs run on the following dates:
Saturdays 1:30pm-5pm
Sundays 8am-12pm
Mondays 3pm-8pm

Strength and Conditioning Program
Initial Strength and Mobility Assessment 
Strength & Conditioning Review
Mobility Assessment
Individualized Program Recommendation
Personal Report Generation
Cost $125

Monthly Personalized Strength Program 
Drills & Exercises
 Personal Workout Program 
 Mobility Drills
Lifting and Conditioning Review 
Hands on Personal Training
Gym Access for Workout Plan Implementation

Cost $250 Monthly
Need to Call to set up Assesments ASAP
Need to schedule Appointments
Hitting or Throwing Program
1 Biomechanical Video Analysis
Personalized Hitting & Throwing Drills
Individualized Review of Program  
Discounted Hitting & Pitching Lessons 

Cost $200.00 monthly
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Need to schedule Appointments

Dirt Dawg Sports
40 Industrial Dr.
Unit 3A
Canton, MA 02021
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strength & conditioning program

Luke Lindsay-Brisbin, PTD PT, CSCS

Luke is a graduate of Northeastern University where he earned both his Bachelor's in Rehabilitation Science in 2015, and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2016. While at Northeastern, Luke completed cooperative education experiences in multiple physical therapy settings, including orthopedic and sports rehabilitation. He also completed clinical rotations focusing on outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation with Massachusetts General Hospital Sports Medicine and Mass Sport and Spine in Westwood, MA. Currently, Luke works as a physical therapist for Mass Sport and Spine, treating patients of all ages and diagnoses, and athletes at all levels. He values evidence-based practice and patient/client education, has taken continuing education courses in treatment of varying orthopedic injuries of the foot/ankle, shoulder, and knee, and is interested in biomechanical analysis, motor learning and education, and taping techniques to maximize his treatments.

Luke also earned his personal training certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association in 2011, working as a personal trainer at Northeastern University for students, faculty, and athletes seeking everything from a healthier lifestyle to specific strength gains for athletic performance. Luke also became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA in 2017, gaining further knowledge in training of competitive athletes in the one-on-one and group environments. 

Thomas Reilly - PT, DPT, CSCS

Tom is a Staff Physical Therapist at Mass Sport & Spine Physical Therapy. He is a double husky who graduated from Northeastern University with his Bachelors in Rehabilitation Sciences in 2016, and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2017. Tom is also a Certified Strength and Condition Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

Tom is also an accomplished strength athlete, leading his collegiate powerlifting team to multiple national championship placings. He is also a former Team USA member and was awarded All-American honors in 2016.

Clinically, Tom has treated a variety of athletes, ranging from the professional level to weekend warriors. Tom enjoys working with people with orthopedic conditions of all types, but has a specific interest in sports medicine. 

Eric Folmar -  PT, DPT, OCS, CKTP

Eric is a Senior Physical Therapist at Mass Sport & Spine Physical Therapy.  He is also an Assistant Clinical Professor and the Director of the Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Northeastern University.   He graduated from Quinnipiac University in 2001 with his Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences and his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. He graduated from Northeastern University in 2013 with his Clinical Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy. In 2009 he earned his certification as a specialist in orthopedics (OCS) by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS).

Eric has extensive training in the areas of biomechanics, motor control, and clinical taping techniques. His clinical experience in these areas has shaped his research interests in motor control/learning, therapeutic exercise, and taping techniques.  In addition to time in the clinic, Eric has presented several courses nationally on these topics.  He is also currently conducting clinical research on some of the taping techniques he uses in practice.

Eric has practiced extensively in the areas of sports medicine and general orthopedics, with particular interests in rehab of throwing athletes, dance medicine, and foot and ankle injuries,  He has served as a clinical consultant for Dirt Dawgs Baseball for nearly 5 years, providing clinical care and injury prevention programs for the program.  Eric himself played Division 1 baseball at Quinnipiac University.  He now stays involves through coaching little league for his son.