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Foot, Ankle, and Leg Mobility Work

March 10th, 2015

These simple exercises can help with stiffness and soreness of the foot, ankle, and leg. Try ’em out and see what you think.

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Choosing the Right Athletic Shoes

August 29th, 2014

When it comes to running, walking, jumping and the like, it is important to choose proper footwear. If you have been to a shoe store recently, I am sure you are aware that there is no shortage of options out there. Picking the right shoe can be a bit overwhelming for some, and at the …

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Keeping Your Joints Healthy

February 14th, 2014

Your body has over 230 individual joints (many more if you get really technical about it). Each one of these joints are fairly simply constructed – two cartilage capped bone ends, bathed in protective and lubricating synovial fluid, wrapped in a connective tissue bag called a joint capsule – that’s it! Keeping these simple structures …

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Plantar Fasciitis / Fasciiosis

August 10th, 2011

Aesop and Homer realized and wrote about the incapacitating power that foot pain can have on mighty warriors like Achilles and Androcles’ lion, so what are we mere mortals to do about it? Well the first thing to do is rule out speared heels and bloody thorns and find out exactly what is going on. …

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Low Level Light Therapy (aka Cold Laser)

July 29th, 2011

Physicians of all backgrounds throughout time have recognized the healing power of light. ¬†Things like the implementation of sun rooms in hospitals to personal light boxes have been used to effectively treat diseases from tuberculosis to depression. ¬†New technologies have been developed over the years to harness the power of different wavelengths of light to …

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