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Understanding Pain

July 11th, 2017

The vast majority of my patients, if not all of them, come to see me because they are experiencing some sort of pain or discomfort. This often annoying, sometimes debilitating, but definitely necessary sensation exists to protect us from a treacherous environment which hurls bodily harm our way on a daily basis. The problem with …

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Avoiding Plane Pain

August 9th, 2016

For those of you who travel regularly for work, to those of you who occasionally fly for fun, we all know that sitting on a plane for a couple hours or more can be a real pain. I just wanted to share a few basic recommendations to help prevent in-flight and post flight neck and …

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Tips for Pain Free Driving

May 5th, 2015

Tips for Pain Free Driving Road trip season is right around the corner, and your car seat could end up being a major contributor to aches and pains if you aren’t careful. I want to talk first about how to set up your car seat appropriately to minimize stress on your spine. After that I …

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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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RockTape for the Crossfit Open 2015 Wod 15.2

March 10th, 2015

Here are my taping recommendations for the second workout in this years CrossFit open. If you have a tendency to tear your palms, then I’d add the hand taping suggestion from the 15.1/15.1a video I posted before. Good luck!

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RockTape for the CrossFit Open 2015 WOD 15.1/15.1a

March 5th, 2015

If you’re participating in this years CrossFit Open, then give this RockTape application suggestion a try!

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Spine Stability Exercises – The Quadruped Track

March 5th, 2015

This exercise is part of the progressive rehab program I use here at the clinic. Give it a try!

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Smartphones and Your Health

March 5th, 2015

Smartphone Use and Your Health There is no doubt that smartphones are an integral part of many people’s lives. They help us do so much, and stay connected to the world around us. There are estimates that an average person picks up their device more than 1,500 times per week! Other estimates put an average …

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The How To Guide to Mobility Work

January 29th, 2015

A fair deal of the “homework” that I give to my patients is focused on self mobilizations of the areas that we treat in the office. This work when targeted correctly, and done appropriately, can go a long way towards shortening recovery time. It is also crucial for making sure that joints are operating in …

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Kinesiology Tape for Bruises – Final

January 26th, 2015

This is the last update I’ll make to this little series. The bruise was pretty hard to see through the gaps in the tape, so I decided to take it off and have a look. I was pretty surprised myself to see the change from only two and a half days ago. There is still …

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