What is Visceral Manipulation and do you need it to help your stiffness or pain?

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visceral manipulation

If you desire to stay active, you will most likely deal with a sports injury, arthritis, or discomfort at some time.   Whether your pain or stiffness is coming from a muscle, tendon, joint breakdown, or cartilage damage like a meniscus tear, all musculoskeletal issues require three important factors in helping your body to heal.  The three factors that your doctors are … Read More

To Sprain Or Not Sprain (an Ankle)?

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An ankle sprain is one of the most undermanaged injuries that can potentially result in other aches and pains down the road.  There are multiple theories on the importance of ankle sprain care, which includes the potential loss of coordination, early arthritis, compensation, and changes in joint mechanics.  The reasons may seem complicated with multi-syllabic words, but the treatment is too simple … Read More

Heel Thy Pain (for Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis)

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plantar fasciitis

Do you dread walking in the morning because of heel pain (especially in the first few steps)?  Is your heel pain slowing you down?  You are most likely dealing with a condition called plantar fasciitis, which affects up to 2 million Americans each year.  This is staggering but I believe will rise due to social norms and habits.  Fortunately, this … Read More

The Secret to Moving Well and Performing like a Professional (Instructions on Foot Care)

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Do you want to know a secret in regards to what people ignore when working out for better performance?  I have said it before in past articles.   Our body is a wonderful machine and there is one sub-system within the human body that allows us to protect ourselves, be nimble, absorb shock, and transfer force like a pole vaulter’s stick … Read More