Plantar Fasciitis: 4 Quick Solutions to Reduce your Pain

Plantar fasciitis is a common foot problem amongst runners. It is classically characterized by pain in the morning when taking the first step.What exactly is plantar fasciitis?  Plantar fascia provides support to the foot and is a band of connective tissue...

Concussion Therapy

Do you still struggle with symptoms from a head injury that should have resolved a long time ago? After receiving head trauma or sudden rapid movement of the head that injures the brain (i.e. whiplash), also known as a concussion, we can experience a wide...

Tinnitus/Ear Ringing

Do you have constant ringing in your ears that never goes away? It may not necessarily be noticeable when you are busy and doing activities, but it can be quite annoying when you are alone or trying to get some goodnight sleep.If so, you may have a...

Hamstring Strains

Did you know that hamstring strains are the most common injuries reported in professional soccer and are responsible for approximately 1/3 of track and field injuries in sprinters? Not only that, but hamstring strains frequently occur in sports that...

ACL Prevention

Did you know that the risk of many ACL injuries can be significantly reduced?In a study it was noted that most frequent ACL injuries in high school sports for boys occur during football (71.2%), while for girls it occurred during soccer (53.2%) (Joseph et...

Ligament Sprains

In our previous blog, we talked about muscle strains. In today’s blog, we want talk about ligament sprains.The term sprain is associated with an injury to a ligament. The function of a ligament is to connect two bones in order to provide stability and...

Muscle Strains

Often you hear different terms thrown around such as sprain and strain. What exactly is the difference? The term strain is associated with an injury to the muscle or tendon, whereas the term sprain is associated with an injury to a ligament. Muscle strains...

The Ribs

Do you have unresolved shoulder pain, muscle tension/knots in the back, or low/mid back pain that just won’t go away? Issues that are relieved with stretching but just seems to keep coming back?Perhaps the source of the issues is in your ribs!The role of...

Got Rotation?

The ability to rotate our body plays an important role in sports. It is an effective pattern of producing significant amounts of power in a short period of time. As demonstrated below, the act of rotation occurs in many sports. In...

Cervicogenic Dizziness

Cervicogenic dizziness is rooted in an issue that comes from the cervical spine/neck. Dizziness with this condition typically occurs when there is a change in head position or after holding a head position for prolonged periods.Symptoms that can accompany...