Ankle & Foot Pain

2021-09-02T19:14:54+00:00

PLANTAR FASCIITIS Proven, evidence-based treatments for persistent concussion symptoms include cervical spine treatment, vestibular rehabilitation, psychological interventions, and controlled sub- symptom-threshold, submaximal exercise.1 This information is according to the most recent international consensus statement on concussion in sport (also known as the Berlin Consensus Statement), published in April [...]

Headaches & Concussions

2021-09-02T19:15:47+00:00

WHEN DO CONCUSSION PATIENTS REQUIRE REHAB? Proven, evidence-based treatments for persistent concussion symptoms include cervical spine treatment, vestibular rehabilitation, psychological interventions, and controlled sub- symptom-threshold, submaximal exercise.1 This information is according to the most recent international consensus statement on concussion in sport (also known as the Berlin Consensus [...]

Hip Pain

2021-09-02T19:16:02+00:00

Hip & Thigh Pain Hip pain is typically felt in 3 places: the groin, outer hip, or deep buttock. Location of hip pain corresponds to the dysfunction.. The hip joint moves through a large range of motion while bearing the weight of the body and providing stability. Most [...]

Shoulder Pain

2021-09-02T19:16:17+00:00

Rotator Cuff Injuries The rotator cuff is a group of muscles surrounding your shoulder consisting of the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, sub–scapularis and teres minor muscles. These muscles play a critical role in how your shoulder moves. The rotator cuff guides the direction of the humerus head down and spins [...]

Knee Pain

2021-09-02T19:16:32+00:00

Most knee pain stems from loss of “accessory motions”. Accessory motions are the knee's smaller movements that include sliding side-to-side and back and forth as well as spinning and rotating. Without consistent stretching or regular activity, the tissues around the knee tighten. If the muscles of the knee weaken, [...]

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