Muscle Adhesions: Are They Getting in the Way of Your Athletic Performance?

Krista BugdenIASTM, Mobility & Recovery, Pain ReliefLeave a Comment

“Muscle adhesion.” You may have heard the term in your physical therapist’s or doctor’s office. Or perhaps you came across in it when googling your symptoms. But what are muscle adhesions? A muscle adhesion is scar tissue that has developed in the muscles. It can cause muscle weakness, pain, and a limited range of motion. And it frequently goes undiagnosed. … Read More

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

Nicole ClarkMobility & RecoveryLeave a Comment

Ehlers Danlos

We all know someone who is a little bit clumsy, gets injured easily, and although otherwise looks healthy is chronically tired and complains of pain. Are they just complaining for the sake of complaining, or is something truly wrong? A possible explanation is that the person has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, often referred to as EDS. What is EDS? EDS is a … Read More

Steroid Injections for Relieving Shoulder Pain – Everything You Need to Know

Arnie DeltoffMobility & Recovery21 Comments

The shoulder is a complex joint that relies on many muscles, tendons and ligaments to hold it together.  The shoulder can develop a multitude of conditions.  Common ailments that can occur are tendinitis, bursitis, rotator cuff syndrome, frozen shoulder (also known as adhesive capsulitis) and degenerative or inflammatory arthritis.  Inevitably, all of these conditions will develop varying degrees of pain, … Read More