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It hurts to raise my arms overhead! Military posture dysfunction.

Date: April 4, 2017 Author: James Categories: Latest

Often I see clients who have difficulty reaching overhead or who have shoulder or upper back pain. In many if not most of these clients  I see a forward flexed upper back , a sort of “upper back slump” that looks kind of sloppy, stressful and certainly prevents achieving full overhead shoulder position. Try...

Dry Needling Expert Dr. Erdem Huner.

Date: February 6, 2017 Author: James Categories: Latest

  Part of growing and developing as a human being involves getting outside your comfort zone to acquire new skills, and finding mentors to provide context around these new skills. Spending time around mentors is an exceptional way to learn. They can provide lessons directly through the instruction that they...

Tendinopathy Update - Part 2

Date: November 22, 2016 Author: James Categories: Latest

Healing Tendinopathy: How to take care of your crummy tendon tissue PART 2 - late stage. In this second of 2 articles on managing tendinopathy we’ll look at what to do when you are experiencing later (degenerative) stage problem. If your tendon pain has been around for more than 6 weeks this is likely more where...

Tendinopathy Update - Part 1

Date: October 23, 2016 Author: James Categories: Latest

Healing Tendinopathy: How to take care of your crummy tendon tissue PART 1 - early stage. Tendinopathy is a damaged state of tendon tissue that manifests in pain during activity. It differs from tendonitis in that the body's normal inflammatory healing process is largely not active. In short, tendinopathy is...

Living a kick butt life while you are injured!

Date: September 1, 2016 Author: James Categories: Latest

Just over a week ago I ruptured my achilles tendon. The irony of being injured while a physio is not lost on me (not that this stops my friends from repeatedly pointing it out)! The consequence of this incident is that I'm in  a cast over the next 6-8 weeks. I have to say, modesty be damned, that I'm quite proud of...


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