There are really only two valuable things in life. I’m not saying that other things aren’t valuable to you, I’m just saying that two things matter more than others and will affect all of the other aspects of your life. What are those two things?
You know that sort of antsy feeling you get when you're at yoga and doing downward dog for too long? What about when you're in your orange theory or CrossFit class doing push-ups or burpees? I'm talking about that feeling that has you shifting your weight from one arm to the other, counting down the seconds until you can get out of that position. Read on to find out what you can do about it.
The plantar fascia is a connective tissue that runs from your heel bone to the balls of your feet and can be a major source of pain and frustration.
The symptoms of plantar fasciitis (irritation of the plantar fascia) are sharp sudden needle like pain (or pin prickling pain) underneath your foot. This can either be under the arch of your foot or more towards the heel. Treatment for plantar fasciitis is varied depending on specifically what is causing the pain...
When it comes to feeling stiff or hurt, most people assume that they need to work on moving the part of their body that feels tight. Conventional wisdom suggests that if something is tight, it needs to be stretched. This is called working on your "flexibility or mobility". And while this may sound like the best thing to do, it may not always work out in your favor. [...]
Every week we hear countless patients ask us the same question: "how can I keep active even while I'm recovering from an injury?". We completely understand: you're fed up of resting the problem area in the hope that things will get better. Is this you? Keep reading! [...]
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