Taming Achilles Tendinopathies

Achilles Tendinopathies Achilles tendon pain is a prevalent condition that is an extremely frustrating and challenging condition to treat for both patient and practitioner. Fortunately there is a strong and ever growing body of evidence that supports the use of heavy tendon load exercises in the treatment of tendinopathies, especially achilles tendinopathies (AT). In September […]

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Does running increase your risk of osteoarthritis in the knees

A recent study from the ACSM journal, Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise indicates running may actually have a more protective effect on the knees than walking. Knee osteoarthitis and running.

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Manipulation, Exercise or Medication for Acute/Subacute Neck Pain

To kick the year off, there was an article published in the Annals of Internal Medicine journal on January 3, 2012 that was picked up by the New York Times that looked at the efficacy of spinal manipulation, home exercise and medication on acute and subacute neck pain in the short and long term. So […]

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Maintenance Care for Chronic Lower Back Pain

Many millions of people all over the world see there Chiropractor for maintenance or preventive care, where they receive an adjustment or correction every 2, 4, 6, 8 weeks. The length of time is dependent upon the chronicity of their problem and lifestyle. As a Chiropractor we recommend maintenance care because we know it keeps […]

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