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How Our Thought Life Can Effect Our Physical Body (Part 1 of 2)

April 15, 2015

Do you ever wonder if your thought life has anything to do with the physical symptoms you experience in your body? If your answer is no, this article is for you. No longer does science consider the mind and body separate entities. Science supports that they are interweaved and interconnected. (1) Where does emotional stress come from?  Your

Adhesive Capulitis – When More Than Just the Weather is Frozen

January 1, 2015

What is Frozen Shoulder? Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, refers to a painful and often debilitating shoulder condition characterized by a gradual onset of pain with severe limitations in range of motion of the affected shoulder. In people with frozen shoulder, the joint capsule (the connective tissue surrounding the bones, ligaments and tendons of the

Tendons Tend to Cause Problems

October 1, 2014

Everyone has heard of “tennis elbow” but the chances are that unless you’ve dealt with it yourself, you may not know what this condition really is. Tennis, of course, is only one of many activities that can give rise to the difficulty, and your elbow is only one of many potential sites where the pathology

Treating IT Band Pain

October 1, 2014

About IT Band Pain: Iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) is a very common condition, accounting for up to 12% of all running injuries. It can also occur in the non-runner and can be persistent and difficult to resolve. The IT Band is a thick band of connective tissue (fascia) located on the outer thigh, attaching from

The Effects of Exercise on the Brain

September 24, 2014

It is relatively well known that exercise is good for the heart. It is also well accepted that exercise can reduce the incidence of diseases associated with obesity such as adult onset diabetes. But did you know exercise is linked to better cognitive function? The brain operates through the transmission of information from one portion