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Sacroiliac Joint Pain

By Tuesday October 18th 2016

SIJ pain presents itself as a sharp pain on one side of the tailbone. It is most commonly aggravated by activities that involve standing on one leg, such as walking, climbing the stairs, getting into/out of the car, and putting on shoes/pants.

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Biceps Tendonitis

By Friday September 30th 2016

Clinically, biceps tendonitis patients will be present with a rounded shoulder posture that will decrease the available space for the humeral head (upper arm bone) to move within the glenohumeral (shoulder) joint. This can create friction along the biceps tendon, which can be irritated by repetitive movements (throwing a baseball or performing an overhead press).

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Kinetic Chain

By Sunday September 11th 2016

So what does the concept of the kinetic chain have to do with your health and understanding of musculoskeletal injuries? Simply put, this concept helps inform us that joints in the body can cause dysfunction elsewhere in the body.

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Treating IT Band Syndrome

By Wednesday April 27th 2016

Iliotibial band syndrome is a common injury among runners, cyclists and other athletes that involves the outer portion of the knee joint. The IT band is a thickening of fascia that begins near the hip joint.

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Staying Fit and Safe While Pregnant

By Thursday April 14th 2016

Exercising while pregnant can be a daunting task. You want to stay healthy for you and your baby, but you might not be sure where to start. Completing 30 minutes of moderate intensity exercise everyday can be great for both you and baby.

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