Setting Goals With Pain
Curing pain is always ideal but is it always helpful to focus time and attention on pain reduction?
How Your Breathing Might Be Hurting You
Your breathing may be contributing to your pain but you can change it!
Tired: The Life of an Athlete?
Overtraining is a serious threat to athletes. How do you know if you’re just training hard or if you’ve entered a state of overtraining?
Understanding Body Function: The Psoas
The psoas plays a critical role in our body's stability. Unfortunately, when it has a problem we usually feel the effects whether it be pain or poor physical function.
How Can I Get More Flexible?
Why is flexibility so hard to keep? How can long term flexibility be achieved? The answer may surprise you.
Should You Weight Train if You Have Chronic Pain?
Weight training can seem intimidating especially if you cope with chronic pain. Learn the benefits of weight training and how you can use it effectively.
3 Common Reasons for Neck Pain
Neck pain is more common than ever before. What is at the root of it?
Nutrition and the Healing Process
If you are struggling with an injury, acute or chronic, and your recovery has been poor then ask yourself this: Am I giving my body the tools it needs to heal?
Your Butt Might Be Betraying You
If your pelvis is out of whack chances are you already have pain somewhere or you’re going to have pain in the not so distant future.
Think Outside the Pain Box
Pain or injury only tells you that you have dysfunction in your body; it doesn’t necessarily tell you exactly where the problem is rooted.
Firefighters, Fitness and Injury
Three pieces of advice for firefighters to maximize function, prevent injury, manage chronic pain and get the most from workouts.
Breaking the Pain Cycle
The pain cycle can be frustrating and confusing. Here is an explanation of what it is and some steps you can take to break free from it!
Life After a Functional Restoration Program
Every patient I’ve ever talked to has expressed their deepest determination to continue to perform self care through physical exercise, mindfulness and nutrition. But as time passes on it’s all too common for graduates to slip back out of their routines.
Why You Should Move Even if You Have Pain
Pain sucks and nobody wants to feel it. As humans, we do just about anything we can to avoid it. If you are coping with a chronic pain injury chances are you don’t move as much as you used to.