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Gardening and Back Problems

Gardening is a favourite activity enjoyed by many and as the growing season progresses so does back trouble. Working outdoors in the garden or those who are landscapers often experience back issues from time-to-time and this is (usually) treated quite easily. After a long winter we all want to get outside and rush into our read full article

GRASTON TECHNIQUE® TREATMENT FOR PLANTAR FASCIITIS

Plantar fasciitis is heel pain that is caused by inflammation of the tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot and connects the toes to the heel. Inflammation tends to occur when that band of tissue is overused or overstretched. This condition can become chronic and be painful to the extent that normal activities read full article

GRASTON TECHNIQUE® TREATMENT FOR CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

Individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome can experience anything from tingling, to burning, or numbness in the hand and fingers, especially in the area of the thumb and first two fingers.  This is caused by the nerves getting pinched.  In some cases, strength and mobility in the affected hand can be significantly reduced as well. If read full article

GRASTON TECHNIQUE®

Connective tissue injuries or dysfunctions are now diagnosed and treated with an innovative approach known as the Graston Technique®. Ligaments, tendons and muscle are all part of the connective tissue and when an injury occurs mobility can become restricted and scarring can occur which results in loss of flexibility, pain, loss of motion and tenderness. read full article

GLUCOSAMINE SULFATE AND MSM

Glucosamine sulfate and Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (MSM) are perhaps the most widely used natural supplements when seeking relief from joint pain. Together, these supplements have been extensively studied for almost thirty years and the results indicate that both these supplements offer a natural solution. WHAT ARE GLUCOSAMINE SULFATE AND MSM? Glucosamine sulfate is a naturally read full article

GOLFER’S ELBOW AKA MEIDAL EPICONDYLITIS

Meidal epicondylitis, or more commonly referred to as golfer’s elbow, is actually a similar injury to tennis elbow only it affects the inside area of the elbow. Golfer’s elbow is commonly experienced by those who ‘throw’ and with golfers hence the nickname. Sometimes golfer’s elbow is also referred to as flexor pronator tendinopathy; this elbow read full article

GOLFERS ELBOW

Meidal epicondylitis, or more commonly referred to as golfer’s elbow, is actually a similar injury to tennis elbow only it affects the inside area of the elbow. Golfer’s elbow is commonly experienced by those who ‘throw’ and with golfers hence the nickname. Sometimes golfer’s elbow is also referred to as flexor pronator tendinopathy; this elbow read full article