Upper and Lower Crossed Syndrome

By Thursday November 24th 2016

This bad positioning of the pelvis adds a lot of stress to the low back and makes it difficult to stabilize the core. If your core is unstable, this can lead to a host of musculoskeletal injuries.

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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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