Chronic Pain: The Truth Hurts – You’re Not Alone

02 Dec 2014

Pain is an epidemic that affects 85% of Americans. Most just live with it. If you’ve heard me speak about what I do and how I help clients, there’s a very high likelihood you’ve heard me discuss the topic of chronic pain. Many of my clients deal with chronic pain issues and come to me for relief. Through a holistic and natural approach, I focus on treating the underlying condition to break the cycle of pain while avoiding damaging pain medications. While some cases of chronic pain can be traced to a specific injury or trauma, such as a sports injury, a car accident, or even a surgical incision, other cases.

2014 Super Bowl “Survival” Guide to Wellness

02 Feb 2014

I find it almost comforting to count calories, because it makes me conscious of what I’m eating. But on Super Bowl Sunday, I thought, ‘Surrender to it. It’s nacho time.’ Then I ate nothing but Doritos all day. ~Kristen Bell Super Bowl weekend is upon us and if you’re like a lot of eager spectators, you’ll probably have a tendency to overdo things, at least a little bit (if not a lot). Between the food, the alcohol, the celebrating, and quite often physical activities before or after the game, Super Bowl weekend can end up leaving you super sore and sick. Even the most responsible Super Bowl-er can have a.

Patellar Tendinitis

28 Nov 2012

by Maria I. Martos, Francey Royce & Barbara Harris This article is from research pconducted by the authors and  will discuss patellar tendinitis resulting from playing volleyball in indoor hard courts. Volleyball requires the lower limbs to execute many movements—running, jumping, side to side, frontwards, backwards—all of which can result in numerous injuries. We’ve elected to identify a specific movement—jumping—and a resulting injury—patellar tendinitis, also know as “jumper’s knee.” We will also discuss modes of treatment and prevention for this injury. Jumper’s knee is an irritation of the patellar tendon, or quadriceps tendon/ligament, of the knee. The knee is a hinge joint “roughly equivalent to a door hinge, but with.

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