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Plantar Fasciitis – Jogger’s Heel

Plantar Fasciitis – Jogger’s Heel

Plantar Fasciitis is an overuse syndrome that involves an inflammatory reaction at the insertion of the plantar fascia to the heel bone. Plantar means the bottom side of the foot, fascia means a sheet of fibrous tissue and itis is a latin word for inflammation. The plantar fascia attaches from the front of the heelContinue Reading »

How To Be A Lifelong Runner

How To Be A Lifelong Runner

As runners, it takes a lot to stop us from heading out the door and pounding the pavement. Pelting rain, frigid winters and sickness usually aren’t enough to keep us from lacing up our shoes. Personal Message from Grace, our Physiotherapist: “Unfortunately, the same holds true for running-related aches and pains. I certainly am guiltyContinue Reading »

How Hip Flexibility Affects Your Body

How Hip Flexibility Affects Your Body

Health and Hip Flexibility Our hips are incredibly important for our muscle strength in many areas of the body. The continuous misuse of our hip extensions really add up.  You may not realise the extent, but it could be an injury waiting to happen. In general, we sit too much. This impacts our hip mobilityContinue Reading »

How is Lower Back Pain Diagnosed?

How is Lower Back Pain Diagnosed?

It is a physician’s initial role to diagnose and classify back pain as acute (not caused by a serious medical condition and lasts shorter than one month) or chronic (persistent back pain). Generally, there are four types of back pain: sinister, inflammatory, neurogenic and mechanical. Most cases of chronic back pain are mechanical – painContinue Reading »

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