The New Year is here and with a new slate ahead of us, goals and resolutions have been made to make it a successful one. Here are some ideas to help make those goals reality and keep your new year’s resolutions lasting beyond the first week of January. First you need to think of goals
Acupuncture and dry needling are two effective treatment options to decrease pain and muscle tightness. They are both used to treat a variety of conditions including but not limited to neck and back pain, knee, hip & shoulder injuries, sciatica, tendonitis, headaches and chronically tight muscles. What is Acupuncture? Traditional Chinese Acupuncture stimulates the balance
Spring is here and another season of running is about to start. For experienced runners and those who are just starting, the beginning of the season can be a wakeup call to muscle groups and structures of the legs and hips. A common season starting problem is pain or discomfort radiating along the side of
Spring is here and golf season is at full swing, that is if you have the flexibility for it. Every year golfers new and experienced hope to improve their handicap. Some follow a practice makes perfect approach, others can spend money on upgrading their irons and drivers. But what about a personal upgrade this year?
It is officially winter, but that’s not quite what this article is about. A frozen shoulder is a common shoulder dysfunction and this article describes how one comes to acquire it. It has been described as “a chronic inflammatory process involving the capsule of the shoulder causing a thickening and contracture of this structure which
The ski and snowboard season is in full swing now and with more powder in the coming weeks no one wants to have a season ending injury, especially those that are completely preventable. Very few skiers and boarders can be seen at the hill in the early morning performing a warm-up before hitting the slopes,