Today, Monday, we find Mr. Halberd Hithy after a mountain bike accident. He went over the bars on his Saturday ride and fell awkwardly onto his right shoulder. He got up and finished the ride, however felt extreme pain in that shoulder. He iced it that night and didn’t use it at all. He had […]
All muscles work in pairs to move and support one or multiple joints. For the body to function optimally these muscle groups must maintain a state of balance or homeostasis. Too often, based upon the activities of daily living, we find the balance disrupted. The result is muscle aches and weakness, joint pain and degradation, […]
Hilby has been on a mission of transformation. For the past year she has undergone an extensive weight training program with the intent of increasing muscle mass and leaning down her body fat. This extensive training has left her, in her words, “twisted like a pretzel.” She complains of pain in her shoulders, back, and […]
Mr. Halberd Hithy’s funky feet. Mr. Hithy is about to enter my office on a Thursday. I know from our phone call two days before of his current state of being: Gender: Male Occupation: IT – State of Idaho Age: 46 Daily Activities: Running, Netflix, and Baking – he loves his danish pastries.
We all have a heart, lungs, a brain, yet no person is the same as the next. Even identical twins contain unique differences from each other. This is also true of the aches and pains we deal with in life. No neck or back pain is identical to the next and therefore should not be […]