Shin Splints 101: Treatment And Prevention Tips

What in the world are shin splints? Medically referred to as Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, the culprit of that intense shin pain results from micro tears in the muscle and bone tissue – typically from doing too much, too soon. Shin splints can occur in two places: below the knee or on the inside of

Fore! Focus On These 2 Areas To Avoid Golfer’s Elbow

Golf is one of the greatest recreational sports enjoyed by many, but a golf swing has a lot of components that can result in injury. Just look at Tiger Woods and the number of surgeries he’s had to stay relevant in the PGA — including one yesterday! One common injury that occurs from golfing is known as medial

Myth Busters! Does Having A Flexible Spine Prevent Injury?

Whether it’s that back pain only affects older people {myth}, people that are unfit {myth}, or that all cases of back pain result in surgery {myth}, there are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to the health and function of our lower back. Another common misconception I hear from many of my patients is

Try These 3 Easy Exercises To Combat Swimmer’s Shoulder!

Warm weather is just around the corner and with that burst of sunshine comes pool season! Swimming is one of the best full-body exercises you can do, but as with any repetitive motion, you can start to develop an injury from overusing your muscles. In this case, the most prominent injury swimmers encounter is ‘Swimmer’s