I don’t play tennis, why am I experiencing tennis elbow?

Lateral epicondylitis/epicondylosis, also known as tennis elbow, is a painful condition in which the soft tissues on the lateral aspect of the forearm become strained from overuse, commonly referred to as repetitive strain injuries (RSIs). It is commonly seen in laborers who work with tools/instruments, anything that requires maintaining a stronger than usual grip strength […]

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Ways To Eat Healthier When You Are Busy

Ways To Eat Healthier When You Are Busy The Challenges It can be a real challenge for busy people to eat healthy and nutritious meals. There is of course the time issue – just not enough time in the day for shopping, preparation, and cooking. This means that busy people often eat ready-made meals, which […]

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Your company has decided to be more charitable. Now what?

Giving back to the community is a selfless act that will make you feel better. But there are added benefits to companies that do charitable work. Doing so provides networking and marketing opportunities, gives the company added presence in the community, and often boosts employee morale. So, let the charitable work begin! But how does […]

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Are Your Hamstrings Working For You Or Against You?

Managing pain and/or dysfunction in the lower extremity can be difficult to pinpoint at times. Most of us have more than one way to treat a patient if they walk into our office with pain. Regardless of the type of assessment and treatment you provide, most often you will help someone move better, feel better […]

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Managing Sciatica With Active Release Techniques (ART)

Lower back pain is an extremely common condition in today’s world that is often poorly managed. There are many ways to define back pain as well as many conditions and injuries that are responsible for it. For today’s discussion, we’ll focus on sciatica nerve pain. The term sciatica describes the symptoms of leg pain and […]

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