The Best Holistic Treatments For Hallux Limitus

Kaitlyn FeldvariFoot Pain, Injury & RehabLeave a Comment

One of the more common causes of foot pain, hallux limitus, is a condition that affects your big toe joint, causing inflammation and reduction in movement, not to mention pain.  Given the cost and often long recovery times of surgery, it’s only natural to seek out holistic treatments before going under the knife. While the decision whether or not to … Read More

The Best Plantar Fasciitis Massage Tools For Maximum Relief

Kaitlyn FeldvariFoot Pain, Injury & Rehab, Muscle Scraping, ToolsLeave a Comment

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When it comes to treating your plantar fasciitis with massage, using the right tools matter. Overly expensive and gimmicky solutions that promise the world and aren’t very effective and can often hurt more than just your wallet.  Not only do the right tools help improve the effectiveness of alleviating your pain, but they are critical in building a consistent massage … Read More

Avoid the tech neck trap, here’s how

Alissa TaylorInjury & Rehab, Neck PainLeave a Comment

On average, North Americans spend 5 hours and 53 minutes on digital media every day. If you’re reading this article, you are probably on your phone or sitting at your computer. How’s your posture? If you are looking down to read from your phone, you are applying at least 50lbs of additional pressure to just your neck. For reference, your … Read More

The Top 5 Quick Tips For Muscle Soreness Relief

Krista BugdenGeneral Pain, Injury & Rehab, Performance, RecoveryLeave a Comment

Are you suffering from sore legs, sore calves, or just plain-old delayed onset muscle soreness? Maybe you pushed it a little too hard during your last workout. Or perhaps you recently started a new exercise program or routine. Soreness and discomfort are to be expected. But what do you do when stretching or re-hydrating aren’t enough? Sore muscles arise from … Read More

One Chiropractors Professional Recommendations for Muscle Soreness Relief

Tracey RoizmanGeneral Pain, Injury & Rehab, Muscle Scraping, TechniqueLeave a Comment

Working out is exhilarating and rewarding but exercise too much and your body will let you know. Sore, tender muscles after a long or intense workout can last for days, leading to misery and regret—the exact opposite of your exercise intentions. Here are a few ways to avoid or minimize post-exercise muscle soreness as well as speed up your recovery … Read More

How To Get Rid Of Shoulder Impingement

Krista BugdenInjury & Rehab, Shoulder Pain1 Comment

  You were performing your regular overhead shoulder presses. Something didn’t quite feel right. But you pushed through. The pain was there when you finished your workout. Now, your shoulder feels weak. You have shoulder pain when reaching for items on that hard-to-reach top shelf. It hurts to lie on your shoulder. You might even feel aching or pain in … Read More

4 Home Exercises To Relieve Shoulder Pain

Tracey RoizmanInjury & Rehab, Shoulder Pain1 Comment

Reach and Climb

It starts out as an occasional twinge when you raise your arm overhead or to the side. Then, one day you find yourself squirming to put on a jacket to avoid irritating your “bad” arm. Further along, the intermittent discomfort is now a constant dull ache. Over-the-counter pain remedies cease to work and you are losing sleep because it is … Read More

The #1 Myth For Shoulder Pain

Hin LaiInjury & Rehab, Shoulder PainLeave a Comment

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There are varying degrees of shoulder pain, from a slight impingement to a completely torn rotator cuff. Today I’d like to focus on the early stages of shoulder pain as that’s where most of the myth resides. When I say early stages, I’m referring to impingements in your shoulder. There’s just enough pain there to be a nuisance, but usually … Read More