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What is Myofascial Trigger Point?

September 2, 2014

How many of us have had neck and shoulder pain after hours of sitting at a computer? We start to massage our shoulders and we feel that “knot.” Then we continue to compress the knot and we start to get a radiating pain into the back, neck and head. The referral pain pattern looking something

Urinary Incontinence, No Laughing Matter

August 30, 2014

If peeing during a workout is no laughing matter, why do we sometimes pee when we laugh or when we workout? As Toretto said in Fast and Furious 6, “We all got a weak spot.” Urinary incontinence is the unintentional loss of urine. Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is prompted by a physical movement or activity

Get Your Back on Track

August 24, 2014

According to a recent survey conducted by the American physical therapy Association, nearly 70% of Americans experience back pain, but 37% of these do not seek professional help. More than one third of adults say low back pain has affected their ability to perform everyday activities, exercise sleep, or engage in intimacy with a significant

When In Doubt, Sit Them Out: Concussions In Young Athletes

July 4, 2014

A concussion is a type of brain injury that can have a serious effect on a young, developing brain. According to the CDC website, each year, the U.S. emergency departments treat an estimated 173,285 sports- and recreation-related traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), including concussions, among children and adolescents. The majority of those with a sport-related concussion

Going Minimal – Low Profile Running Shoes

June 24, 2014

Going Minimal – Low Profile Running Shoes It’s hard to open a running magazine these days without being inundated with advertisements for minimalist running shoes as well as barefoot running. The look of the running shoe seems to have changed drastically in the recent years. Running shoes were first invented in the 1890s and have