Winter is back once again along with the snow and frigid cold temperatures. You will need to get the winter gear out of storage, and don’t forget to find your snow shovel. Shovelling snow last year was probably the last time that you did anything physical. Have you ever noticed that after shovelling snow yourContinue Reading »
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Pre-Season Screening is Highly Recommended: Before you hit the slopes, you should come in for a pre-season exercise screening exam! A pre-season screening exam can be an extremely useful tool in identifying any current injury you may have or can help determine a predisposition to injury – and identifying a predisposition to injury can helpContinue Reading »
Most people suffer from tension in their necks and shoulders at some point in their lives, which is hardly surprising if you consider the job the neck has to do. Poor posture, bad working positions and carrying heavy bags all contribute to making the problem worse. Most of us have experienced this pain – yourContinue Reading »
Shoulder complications can be common, but most injuries are easily prevented. They are often a result of a serious muscle imbalance that places the joint in a vulnerable position. Facts About The Shoulder: The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. Most of us have muscles that are short and strong inContinue Reading »
Are you experiencing pain in your shoulders? The shoulder is one of the most complex areas in the body as four joints comprise the shoulder girdle complex: glenohumeral (the ball + socket joint), acromioclavicular (more commonly known as the AC joint), sternoclavicular joint (front), and the scapulo-thoracic joint (shoulder blade on ribs) In addition, bothContinue Reading »