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Regional Interdependence

Regional Interdependence
Have you ever been playing your sport and found that one week your back hurts and that the next week your knee hurts ("are they connected"?) You rest, stretch, foam roll, get your massages and have completed all the exercises from your google search but this pain won't go away. There has been much research to tell us that the area where you feel pain might not really be the culprit. In fact, distant parts away from the area you are experiencing pain can play a part.  This is known as Region...
Posted on 2021-11-08

Your ankle mobility effects what?!

Your ankle mobility effects what?!
It's 9 weeks after I've delivered my 3rd little bundle of joy and the OB gives me the okay to resume workouts. "Finally! let's get back to my pre-baby body" I think to myself. After all, I've come back from two other babies already, have run 1/2-marathons between each of them and got back to my goals. As you can imagine this was a bit of wishful thinking mixed in part with obliviousness and a dash of ignorance. Thankfully not ignorant enough to tell myself, "I need to progress slowly, just like ...
Posted on 2021-11-03

Did You Know?!

Did You Know?!
If you see a ortho/walk-in doctor or primary care physician for a certain body part that is hurting and they refer you to physical therapy for that body part, your physical therapist (PT) can only treat you for that specific body part! Scenario 1 (Modern Healthcare): You are updating your home and have painted all weekend, as a result, your shoulder has been hurting and after a week of resting it, it's not going away. So you decide to go to your doctor to get the shoulder checked. You pay your ...
Posted on 2021-10-15

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