Category: Sports & Athletics

  • Causes of Foot Pain

    As January comes to a close, many people are continuing their New Year’s Resolutions such as being more active and increasing their physical fitness. But sometimes going from zero to high intensity work outs can leave your body especially your feet in pain. Here are some of the common causes of foot pain and as […]

  • Signs of Sciatic Nerve Damage

    The sciatic nerve is one of the largest nerves running through the body. While it starts at the top of your lower back, it also runs through your back, buttocks, thighs and down your legs. Many people associate sciatic nerve damage with the elderly, but it can also affect athletes and those of a younger […]

  • What you need to know before total ankle replacement surgery

    You’ve tried therapies, surgeries and “taking it easy.” You’ve suffered through ankle strain, stiffness and mobility issues. Your doctor says that your arthritis is only getting worse and other options, like an ankle fusion, won’t cut it this time. So, it sounds like you are ready for a total ankle replacement (sometimes called a total […]

  • 5 Quick & Easy Ways to Relieve Back Pain At Work

    Back pain is the second world’s most common health issue that impacts workforce performance. Statistics show that almost eight out of ten people have faced this pain in life. This pain is often treated badly, as people neglect their state and continue working waiting for the pain to pass on itself. Without a relieve or […]

  • 5 Ways To Rebound From Physical Injury

    Physical injuries are awful. They can be the result of sports. Or maybe an accident. Maybe you’re just getting older and suffering from general wear and tear. But they aren’t the end of the world, and sometimes all you need is a good plan to rebound from them. And sometimes it’s not easy to know […]

  • Three Tips For Fighting Neck And Back Pain

    Neck and back pain can happen for many reasons. It could be that your spine is out of alignment, or it could be something more. Maybe you have been slouching too much, or maybe you even lifted something incorrectly. No matter what it is that is hurting your neck and back, a pain diagnosis from […]