Running Injuries

Posted May 14, 2015 By
  Be it that you are a beginner, expert or veteran runner, we are all made of biological tissues that eventual incur wear and tear. But just how susceptible are you to a running injury? What are the statistics of running injuries out there and what can you do to avoid them?   The Hard Facts: - In a study by Saragiotto et al. it was found that the main consistent risk factor in running-related injuries is previous injury in the last READ MORE [...]
Go to any shoe store and you will see hundreds upon hundreds of designs and purported "functions". Some claim to help you lose weight, some purport to support your feet, some add extra springs and rubber technology to the sole to cushion your stride.  Obviously, there is no one size fits all, and some shoes work well with certain dysfunctions and others are just blatant "snake oil" for shoes that cause a number of foot injuries. Though READ MORE [...]

Shoulder pain

Posted February 05, 2015 By
Shoulder Impingement If you’ve ever suffered from a case of shoulder pain, you’re in good company. Second only to low back pain in prevalence across the population, roughly one in every three people will have to deal with shoulder impingement at some point in their life. What’s worse- half of those people will continue to report having pain three years later. Don’t become one of these statistics! In this month’s article I’ll give a READ MORE [...]
Understanding the nuances of health insurance is sometimes like trying to decipher inter-planetary orbits ... in Chinese. And yet for majority of us, next to mortgages and student loans, it is a vital part of our finances that we need to budget for. Here, I break down some definitions and some particulars about commercial health insurance that everyone needs to know about. Not All Health Insurance Policies Are Created Equal! ... and they are not READ MORE [...]

Neck Pain

Posted December 02, 2014 By
What's the problem? As with low back pain, neck pain can be a result of many different conditions and neck injuries. The good news is that most neck pain is NOT caused by a serious disease. There are a variety of clinical tests and prediction rules to determine the most likely cause of the issue and point us in the right direction. We use the term “mechanical neck pain” to generally describe neck pain coming from a problem with the joints and READ MORE [...]

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Ross B.'s Review Ross B.
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Dr Alice Holland has totally fixed up my messed up shoulder. She is the second physical therapist I've seen for it and while there was no improvement with...

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Star J.'s Review Star J.
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Could not have had a better PT experience! Paul Murkai worked with me for over 6 weeks, helping me to regain ankle and hip flexibility after recovering from...

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Angeli S.'s Review Angeli S.
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I have been dealing with IT band syndrome for 2.5 years now, and haven't had any luck getting back to running. I've been to other clinics in the past to no...

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