For many of us, dealing with pain is a common occurrence. Momentary pain related to slamming your finger in the door or stubbing a toe isn’t a big deal and is easily forgotten. However many people deal with constant pain on a daily basis for months, years, even decades. According to a recent Institute of […]
Further building upon the foundation from our last articles on foot/ankle and knee health, we continue moving up the kinetic chain to examine the hip. Although the hip is a source of much chronic pain and injury we must recognize that it can be at the mercy of the highly mobile foot/ankle below and spine […]
Building upon the foundation (pun intended) from our last article on foot/ankle health, we continue moving up the kinetic chain to examine the knee. Although the knee is a source of much chronic pain and injury we must recognize that for the most part it is at the mercy of the highly mobile foot/ankle below […]
The foot and ankle is a complex joint capable of handling tremendous stress and possessing the ability to compensate to a wide variety of unpredictable forces. However for many of us our feet and ankles have become underdeveloped as a result of our lifestyle and now present with a diminished capacity to function. This dysfunction […]
Fascia is a collagenous connective tissue that permeates the entire body. It encapsulates your muscles, nerves, blood vessels, viscera and bones. It can be found superficially in the skin all the way down to the space between each and every cell.