Monday January 21, 2019 - Clinic delayed opening to 10:00 am due to road conditions.

Category Archives: Blog

Tendinitis… Really?

I’ll start off by setting the record straight on the appropriate use of the word “tendinitis”. It is a word used very commonly to describe aches and pains almost anywhere in the body, but more commonly at the elbow, shoulders, ankles, knees, and hips. The prefix of the word “tendin” indicates we are talking about…

Hot or cold for pain?

This is a question I get frequently from athletes. There are a lot of recommendations when you have an injury or soreness from running. I will try to give you my two cents. Hot- applying heat to any tissues can improve circulation to the area and reduce tension in a tissue. If you have an…

Benefits of Water Running

In this crazy weather, we may need to consider alternatives to running outdoors. Treadmill is always a good choice but be sure to vary the speed and incline during your run to avoid overuse injuries. Repetitive strain of the same tissue is one of the leading causes of running injuries. Especially to the plantarfascia, shins,…

Body positioning during running

We all have a natural and comfortable way of standing and running but there is a preferred form or posture to maximize your efficiency and minimize efforts to your muscles while running. Striving to get close to this can be helpful in speed and injury prevention. You will likely need a mirror beside your treadmill…