May 26, 2019

Sprained Ankle … What’s Next?

Sprained Ankle What’s Next? So, you “rolled your ankle” stepping off a curb or playing in your friendly sporting match this past weekend. Did you know […]
May 19, 2019

Shoulder Pain…Try A Landmine Press

Shoulder Pain? Try a Landmine Press The shoulder is a one of the most freely mobile joints in the body. Because of this, there can be […]
May 11, 2019

How To Treat Sprains and Strains

Acute Management Of Sprains and Strains PEACE & LOVE Sprained Ankle or Pulled Muscle: Show it some PEACE AND LOVE   I can’t tell you how […]
May 9, 2019

Female Athlete Triad – Real Life Scenario

The Silent Female Athlete Epidemic: The Female Athlete Triad Let’s explore a scenario: A young female athlete enters college on an athletic scholarship. She is in […]
May 5, 2019

Pain In The Hip

it's important to understand that hip flexion is a primary motion of the leg. And it sometimes needs to be done very forcefully or quickly. If you  walk then you engage in hip flexion often and if you participate in any recreational athletics then chances are you perform hip flexion quite forcefully and with some rapid succession. The best example I can think of is running or sprinting. Think of how many times you lift your thigh or bring it forward quite quickly.