We go all in on a guest post that we shared with Tony Gentilcore! Neck pain in the gym is often attributed to limitations in: Mobility Skill Capacity Lifestyle Choices [Diet, Sleep, Recovery, Posture, Fear, etc.] To stat finding relief check out our post here.
Struggling to recover from a groin strain? Learn how we helped get this patient 100% better after only one treatment.
Back pain is the leading cause of work absence and keeping you on the sidelines when it comes to hobbies and recreational fun. You would be hard pressed to find many people that have not had an episode of low back pain. If it is your first time experiencing low back pain you will be […]
Finding the root cause of your pain however will require you to put on your detective cap. Here are NINE considerations to help you start moving in the right direction.
Failed New Year’s resolutions and regular everyday goals tend to fall victim to the same errors time and time again. Accomplishing your health related goals or any goal for that matter will require you to dig a little deeper.
This video demonstrates a good way to see if your limited squat is due to a flexibility issue or a “programming” issue.
Capacity and skill are crucial components when rehabbing any injury. Capacity entails flexibility, endurance and strength. Ensuring proper capacity with any activity and proper skill can make all the difference. We discuss more in a recent blog called “One common myth that will keep you in pain.”
Most of the education you have ever received about pain has fallen into two categories. Category one is the “Anatomy Lecture” and category two is the “Mechanic Analogy.” What gets overlooked is category three, ‘The Almighty Software.”
With the holidays quickly approaching we wanted to provide you with a list of products that we think are helpful for resolving pain and avoiding injury.
Over the last few months I have been working with wounded warriors on their golf swing through a program called Links to Freedom. Words can’t express how cool of an opportunity this was. I look forward to getting back out there in the Spring of 2018. Many of the participants complained of back pain when […]