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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: Evalutation, Treatment and Management
This article explains why this syndrome covers multiple diagnoses, and what is involved in evaluation and treatment. (click to view)

Tennis Elbow: Evaluation, Treatment and Management
Description of of this common cause of elbow pain. This information covers relevant anatomy, causative factors and a discussion of the research on different forms of treatment and rehabilitation. (click to view)

Things Every Runner & Walker Should Know: Getting the most from your Running Shoes
Advice and tips to get the best support from your running shoes to prevent repetative injuries from running and walking. (click to view)

Heel Pain: Plantar Fasciitis
Description of this painful condition that affects many athletic and non-athletic individuals. This information includes relevant anatomy of the foot, factors that cause the injury, and what is involved in treatment. (click to view)

Iliotibial Band (ITB) Friction Syndrome
Description of this painful condition that affects the lateral aspect of the knee in runners, cyclists and walkers. This information includes anatomy of the knee, factors that cause the injury, examination and diagnosis. (click to view)

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: Runner's Knee
Description of this painful condition that affects many runners. This information includes anatomy of the knee, factors that cause the injury, and what is involved in treatment. (click to view)

Lumbar Disc Herniations
Basic information on low back pain caused by disc herniation including disc anatomy, how discs herniate, MRI classification terms, and what is involved with treatment. (click to view)

Foam Roller Exercises
A sample of foam roller exercises for runners and walkers to try. These can help prevent injury and build core muscle endurance. (click to view)

Anatomy of the Lower Back
A basic review of the anatomy of the lower back and pelvis to help understand low back pain and injuries. Includes bones and joints. (click to view)

 

Disclaimer: The information is provided for general knowledge only. As each person has different individual needs there is no guarantee the information specifically applies to the person reading it. If you require professional advice or care please make an appointment at the clinic below.

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