Have you been experiencing moderate to severe shoulder pain? If you notice your shoulder feeling tight or have trouble raising it above your head to reach things on shelves, you might have a condition referred to as “shoulder impingement.” This can be extremely painful to deal with, and if it goes untreated, it can cause
Do you enjoy running? If so, you already know that running is a great way to stay fit while also improving your health. Unfortunately, just like with any physical activity, there are many kidneys of injuries associated with running. We’ve listed out the four most common running injuries, as well as the best ways to
It’s not always easy to know the first place you can begin when it comes to making adjustments in your life for your health and wellbeing. Some people tell you exercise, some say diet, and some even suggest making little changes in all areas all at once! It can be a little overwhelming, and often,
Do you find that you’re always being told to sit up straight? Do you notice that you have shoulder pain after work? Are you developing a hunchback? If you’re nodding yes to these questions, chances are you have Upper Crossed Syndrome, or UCS. This is a muscle imbalance that occurs in the head and shoulders.
Hip and knee pain are some of the most common types of pain people deal with – they are some of the top pains listed on the Centers for Disease Control surveys of adults reporting joint pain. So if you are struggling with hip and knee pain, you are definitely not alone. Whether your knee
Is Chronic Back Pain Slowing You Down? PT is the Answer Did you know that approximately 80 percent of Americans have experienced (or will experience) back pain? Do you feel as if your chronic back pain has locked you out of your own life? This nagging, excruciating symptom can stem from a variety of underlying
A Message of Hope for Chronic Back Pain Sufferers Do you feel as if your chronic back pain has locked you out of your own life? This nagging, excruciating symptom can stem from a variety of underlying causes, in some cases growing progressively worse from day to day until you can hardly move at all.