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What is a concussion?

What is a concussion? A concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury, resulting from a direct impact to the head or a whiplash movement that suddenly causes the brain to shift in the skull.  A concussion may be associated with... Continue Reading →

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Wall Angel Exercise

Watch the video below to learn how to properly perform the Wall Angel Exercise which may be helpful in Improving your posture Improving your shoulder mobility Teaching how to activate and control your core Reduce neck pain Reduce shoulder pain... Continue Reading →

Core Stability Exercises For Relieving Low Back Pain

Low back pain can be very debilitating and is likely to affect most of us at some point in our lives.  Most low back pain can be resolved with physical rehabilitation, often including a tailored core stability program. In this article, I'm... Continue Reading →

Scapular Stabilization Exercises To Improve Strength, Function, Posture, and Relieve Pain!

In this article, I'm going to teach you about how the scapula affects shoulder injuries and also share some  exercises that stabilize your scapulae, strengthen your shoulders, improve function and posture, as well as relieve pain. The scapula is a triangular-shaped bone that... Continue Reading →

4 Simple Foam Roller Exercises That Will Improve Your Whole Workout

Foam roller exercises can be a great way to improve your flexibility, relieve tight muscles, reduce stiffness of the spine, as well as improve your overall performance of functional activity such as running and working out. Researchers from the University... Continue Reading →

11 Healthy Habits To Keep You Fit

You know exercise is good for you the same way smokers know smoking can kill them.  Simply being equipped with the knowledge of what is good and bad for you isn't enough.  The Surgeon General tried that already. I'm not... Continue Reading →

4 Reasons Your Knees Hurt…and why it’s not your knees fault

We see a lot of people come through the clinic complaining of knee pain.  Sometimes they twisted on it funny while running or playing basketball.  Sometimes they slipped on ice while walking the dog. Sometimes they have no clue how... Continue Reading →

When performing the plank, you should: Keep your core muscles engaged to maintain a stable frame.  Draw in your belly button and squeeze your glutes. Breathe normally, this is an endurance exercise so you will need the oxygen. Keep your... Continue Reading →

Crush Neck Pain With This Simple Trick!

There’s a reason why the expression is:  “You’re a pain in my neck!” and not you’re a pain my elbow or foot.  This highlights the level annoyance associated with neck pain; not to diminish the symptoms of tennis elbow or... Continue Reading →

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