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Shoulder Pain and Dysfunction
The shoulder is a common area that is prone to injury due to the makeup of the freely movable joint which provides excessive ROM. There are many ways that you could injure your shoulder; any repetitive overhead arm use or unsupported reaching, such as paint...
Shoulder Pain and Dysfunction
Shoulder Pain and Dysfunction
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Pulse Wave Therapy (Pressure Wave Therapy)
The body is always changing and adapting through our experiences in life. There are over 640 different muscles in the body made up of 3 types: visceral, skeletal, and cardiac. The skeletal muscles are the muscles that move our body and keep us in an upright...
Pulse Wave Therapy (Pressure Wave Therapy)
Pulse Wave Therapy (Pressure Wave Therapy)
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Do Chiropractors Get Hurt Too?
Being a chiropractor is a very physically demanding job;
especially if you do more than just adjust, like soft tissue work, taping, etc.   Not only are you moving and positioning
people all day, but you also put yourself into awkward and unnatural positions...

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The Importance of a Chiropractic Exam Part 1: The Neck
    When you visit a chiropractor for the first time, you will
be put through a series of tests and activities to help determine the nature of
your issue/injury.   This process is
called a chiropractic examination.   It is
a vital part of not only the diagn...

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5 Chiropractic Myths Busted...#tbt
Myth #1: Chiropractors are not real doctors. Chiropractors
complete a 3-4 year graduate program where they receive a Doctorate of
Chiropractic degree.   Most chiropractic
school terms are divided into trimesters or quarters rather than semesters
which requi...

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The Most Important Muscle You’ve Never Heard Of…Part 5 – The Levator Scapulae
  The levator scapula, or as I will refer to it…levator scap,
runs from the upper cervical spine (neck) to the scapula (shoulder blade).   As you can imagine by the name, its main
function is to elevate or lift the scapula.   The plural of levator scapula i...

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The Most Important Muscle You’ve Never Heard Of…Part 4 – The Piriformis
The piriformis muscle is a very important muscle that lies
deep in your buttocks.   Oftentimes,
runners are affected by stress and injury to this muscle, but it can definitely
be a problem for everyone.   As seen in
the picture above, it sits just on top of...

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The Most Important Muscle You’ve Never Heard Of…Part 3 – The Adductor Group
The adductor group, or more commonly known as the “groin”,
is located on the inside of the upper thigh and consists of 5 muscles:
pectineus, adductor longus, adductor brevis, adductor magnus and gracilis.   The main function of this group pf muscles is
to b...

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The Most Important Muscle You’ve Probably Never Heard Of…Part 2 – The Gluteus Medius
  Ahhhh, the gluteus medius.   Or as I will call it throughout this blog…the glute med!   Unless you are a runner, ballet dancer or a
yogi, you probably have never heard of this muscle.   But it is a very important muscle in everyday
activity.   It is one o...

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The Most Important Muscle You’ve Probably Never Heard Of…Part 1 – The Soleus
Have you ever heard of a muscle called the soleus?   Unless you’re a doctor or a runner, you most
likely haven’t.   The soleus is a muscle
in the superficial posterior compartment of the lower leg.   It lies just below the gastrocnemius (calf
muscle).   The...
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