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How to Make a Homemade Reusable Ice Pack

How to Make a Homemade Reusable Ice Pack

When you have an acute injury or are recovering from surgery, it is often recommended that you apply ice to help control swelling, inflammation and pain to the affected area.  Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation can all help control what occurs at the injured site. ...

Exercise in Disguise

Exercise in Disguise

Do you exercise? When most individuals in the United States think of exercise, they think structured exercise perhaps of a gym environment with machines or a structured class of aerobics or Zumba or yoga. The fitness industry can offer a variety of ways to put in some...

Avoiding Forward Head Posture

Avoiding Forward Head Posture

Avoiding Forward Head Posture: Tips to make easy adjustments in your daily life:  Your spine is designed to support you and help you carry yourself. It is mechanically designed with unique curvatures and interconnections to give you freedom of movement as well as...

Avoiding Tech Overload that can cause Tech-induced Injuries

Avoiding Tech Overload that can cause Tech-induced Injuries

Just as the words Facebook, Twitter, Xbox, cell phone, tablet, laptop and Snapchat have made their way into our everyday life and vocabulary, new medical conditions are surfacing due to how we are physically interfacing with all the great new technologies available to...

Unexpected Sources of Pain

Unexpected Sources of Pain

Here are some strange but true sources of pain that may not be obvious. If you are suffering from discomfort but just cannot seem to pinpoint what is causing it, consider some of these potential culprits. Our choice of wardrobe:Paying attention to what we choose to...

Barefoot and Minimalist Running

Barefoot and Minimalist Running

Barefoot and Minimalist Running Barefoot running was initiated as an observation of many long distance runners from Kenya performed well in competition and trained barefoot. Their lifestyle involved them being barefoot much of their lives and the bottom of their feet...

Avoiding Bike Fit Related Injuries

Avoiding Bike Fit Related Injuries

Avoiding Bike Fit-Related Injuries Bicycle riding is a great form of exercise. The longer you ride, the more forces are placed on your body which can lead to pain, numbness, and tingling. Eventually, if these symptoms are intense or persistent many people quit riding....

Medial Tibial Stress Syndromes -Shin Splints

Medial Tibial Stress Syndromes -Shin Splints

Medial Tibial Stress Syndromes – Shin Splints “Shin splints” is a general term that is used to describe pain often accompanied by tenderness along the front of the lower leg. The tibia is the larger of the lower leg bones and runs from the knee to the ankle. It can be...

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