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  • A Better Approach To Your Hamstring Stretch (Improves Low Back Pain Too)!!!
    Hamstring stretching is possibly one of the most overrated approaches to being healthy and injury prevention out there. The typical fitness trainer or gym-goer always over-recommends stretching out the hamstrings Read more
  • How To Change Your Diet To Recover From an Injury.
    If you're injured make sure that you're really good about your diet, because no matter the injury, it all boils down to chemical inflammation. Read more
  • It's Not Sciatica It's Something Else
    If I had a nickel for every time a patient walked into my clinic and said, "I've got sciatica", I'd be a rich man by now. Sciatica gets so much Read more
  • The Exercise Fix: Meniscus Injury
    In my clinic I see a great deal of knee pain patients. The most common conditions are:Meniscus TearsArthritisACL sprainsPatellar tendonitis (jumper's knee)Quadriceps tendonitis (runner's knee)Subluxated PatellaOne of the most common Read more
  • Strengthen Your Grip To Recover From a Shoulder Injury
    My recommendation is that you incorporate lifting heavy things, or hanging from a bar to help you warm up your shoulder or help you recover from minor injuries to your shoulder. Read more
  • What To Do When You Have Low Back Pain
    This article isn't for people with slight low back pain--like you can "kind of" feel it when you sit down or get up. This article is written for people are Read more
  • 5 Low Back Pain Myths Debunked
    There is so much information out there about lower back pain that, frankly, it can get confusing. Is this pain sciatica? Should I be sleeping on my side? My back? Read more
  • Causes and Cures of Sciatica
    So what is sciatica? Sciatica is an irritation of the sciatic nerve in the back of the hip. For most people, it's the L4-S2 nerve roots in the Read more
  • Why You Need A Stand Up Desk
    If you're working a 9-to-5 desk job, chronic back or neck pain might seem like the norm. We all know the disadvantages of spending extended periods of time sitting but Read more
  • The 6 Best Exercises for Life Long Good Posture
    One of the more common complaints that people have about their own bodies is poor posture. How many times have you told yourself, "I'm going to concentrate on good Read more
  • What To Do About Knee Pain
    Knee pain is one of the most common physical complaints out there. It's probably affected most (if not all) of you reading this! So, what are the most common injuries Read more
  • The Best Exercise for Increasing Hip Flexibility and Preventing Arthritis
    Many people are of the opinion that they have "tight hips." But, do you know just how it might hurt you to be limited in your hip flexibility? Well, Read more
  • How to Stabilize Your Lower Back and Pelvis to Prevent Herniated Disc and Other Injuries
    There are so many lower back and knee injuries that occur because of the instability of the core. I'm talking about:herniated discsbulging discslow back painarthritissciaticasacroiliac joint diseasehip strainstight hamstringsetcWhen asked Read more
  • The Drug-Free Pain Management Specialist
    You've had an injury or surgery and you're in physical pain. It could be low back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, etc. It's impacting the quality of your life, you Read more
  • When Can a Chiropractor Help? And When They Can Not?
    Some people have a negative bias toward chiropractors, others swear by them. Let's explore:What kinds of conditions chiropractors can treatThe different types of chiropractors out there Some conditions that are Read more
  • What To Do About Plantar Fasciitis
    Plantar fasciitis is one of the more common injuries we see in the foot. It's very common with runners, but it's not surprising that this can happen to just about Read more

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