7 Tips for Dealing with Tight Hip Flexors

Danh Ngo"Staying Active" Division, Exercise Tips, Running, Yoga + Pilates

tight hip flexors

About 80 percent of the U.S. population suffers from lower back pain at some point. Tight hip flexors may be part of the problem. Your hip flexors can be tight from sitting for long periods, jogging, and cycling.  Don’t let tight hip flexors ruin your exercise routine or make you uncomfortable. Here are seven tips to do with tight hip flexors. Are … Read More

How do you heal a hamstring strain fast and completely?

Danh Ngo"Staying Active" Division, Exercise Tips, Knee Pain, Running

So, You have a Hamstring Strain and looking for help. If this is your third, fourth, or Xth time suffering from a hamstring string, you are not the only one. We wrote an article called “Everything you need to know about your hamstring anatomy, movement, and injury from a Sports Medicine Physical Therapy Specialist” that will help set the foundation … Read More

Everything you need to know about your hamstring anatomy, movement, and injury from a Sports Medicine Physical Therapy Specialist.

Danh Ngo"Staying Active" Division, Hip, groin, pelvic pain, Knee Pain, Low Back Pain, Running

hamstring anatomy

We are starting a comprehensive guide to helping you to understand your body from a movement and Orthopedic science perspective. Your Hamstring Muscles are on the top 5 muscles of a misunderstood muscle group in your body. We are starting a comprehensive guide to helping you to understand your body from a movement and Orthopedic science perspective. Your Hamstring Muscles … Read More

4 Factors Causing Your Neck Pain From Running and 10 Practical Tips

Danh NgoNeck Pain, Running

Neck pain from running is not as common as back pain, runner’s knee, or any other forms of tendinitis and bursitis.  This does not mean that it is not as serious and should not be pushed through.  As a Holistic Spine and Sports Medicine Physical Therapist trained in making sense of injuries in relation to how you move, running is … Read More