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Types of Sports Massage

Just a follow up on a previous post; Types of Sports Massage: Massage is an important part of serious training and can do wonders for sore muscles a week before a big race. Be sure to consult a Registered Massage Therapist since they are familiar with working on muscles. Pre-Event: Warms up muscles and tendons

Sports Massage

With the weather finally here, we can get out there and enjoy ourselves without the prospect of injury. Here are some strategies to prevent an injury from becoming debilitating. RULES: 1. Know how the injury happened. Check skills and movement pattern, frequency of injury of the specific joint 2. Prompt care is necessary otherwise long

Weekend Warrior

E. is a weekend warrior, although his injury occurred on a Wednesday. Like many “athletes”, E. primarily plays his sports on the weekend or fits them into his schedule on an ad hoc basis. These sports are usually: hockey, baseball, cycling. Most are team sports, but ones that require intense exercise or bursts of energy

Impatient Patient

I am an Impatient Patient. We treat all sorts of people, who become patients of the clinic. Whether they are coming in for therapy, relaxation, stress relief, acupuncture, or skin care we have the experience and caring practitioners who can give good quality care. As I sit here (off-site) with my leg propped up resting

PC Posture 2

PC POSTURE 2 Previously we discussed PC posture. Today, I will give you some other factors which can contribute to your pain AND can be treated. Check your posture in a mirror. Is one shoulder higher than the other? Are you leaning forward? ie. do you have a forward head posture, or lean into your

SHIN SPLINTS

SHIN SPLINTS Well, it’s only the third week and I’m already experiencing some discomfort on my runs. Despite my feeble attempts at following an exercise protocol, I’m either doing the stretches incorrectly –a distinct possibility, or not holding them long enough. An effective stretch should be for 30 to 60 seconds with no bouncing or

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