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Three Highly Effective Exercises to Treat a Rotator Cuff Injury

Three Highly Effective Exercises to Treat a Rotator Cuff Injury

One of the most common causes of shoulder pain is an injury to the rotator cuff. These muscles have an important role to play in moving and stabilizing a healthy shoulder joint. And while it’s important to work hard on settling any rotator cuff pain, 

Why Flat Feet Are More Than Just a Foot Problem

Why Flat Feet Are More Than Just a Foot Problem

Flat feet are more than just a problem with the feet. And without the right perspective, it can be hard to understand why your arches collapse. So when trying to correct those fallen arches we don’t want to miss these broader (and often relatively hidden) 

One Highly Effective Hip Impingement Exercise (Femoroacetabular Impingement)

One Highly Effective Hip Impingement Exercise (Femoroacetabular Impingement)

Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) can be a tricky condition for many to handle. The pain can debilitate even the best athlete once it progresses to a certain point. Interestingly, our focus with FAI is often on the bony abnormalities and its impact on our joint structures. 

Is This The True Cause of Gluteal Weakness?

Is This The True Cause of Gluteal Weakness?

How often do you hear the phrase “your glutes are weak”? Interestingly, despite how often this phrase is uttered, we might actually be missing the broader point a little with gluteal weakness. From what I find clinically, weak glutes may not actually be ‘weak’ at 

How to Stretch a Tight Calf Muscle (Permanently)

How to Stretch a Tight Calf Muscle (Permanently)

In today’s video, I highlight how to stretch a tight calf muscle and what you need to do to keep it loose forever. Traditionally, we stretch without expecting to stop having to do it at some stage. That we must continuously do it in order 

How This Tennis Ball Back Exercise Can Help Solve Your Back Pain

How This Tennis Ball Back Exercise Can Help Solve Your Back Pain

In today’s video, I demonstrate how to do the tennis ball back exercise. As the name implies, sometimes all you need to help treat your back pain is a basic tennis ball or lacrosse ball. It may sound simple and that’s because it is! The 

De Quervains Tenosynovitis: The One Exercise You Probably Aren’t Doing (But Should)

De Quervains Tenosynovitis: The One Exercise You Probably Aren’t Doing (But Should)

When dealing with de Quervains we obviously spend the majority of our time treating the overloaded and irritated thumb tendons. And it makes perfect sense. The painful area is obviously specific to the thumb. However, I’m finding that the neck may hold the keys to 

3 Important Exercises to Successfully Treat Shoulder Impingement

3 Important Exercises to Successfully Treat Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder impingement can have a number of different mechanical causes. Many of which we unknowingly overlook if we aren’t paying attention. The painful structure can differ from person to person. But there are usually some common areas around the shoulder you need to look at 

Treating Fibromyalgia: Why We Can’t Neglect What’s Going On Behind The Scenes

Treating Fibromyalgia: Why We Can’t Neglect What’s Going On Behind The Scenes

In today’s video, I discuss the very real issue of how treating Fibromyalgia. In my opinion, the medical industry currently does a really poor job of validating those with Fibromyalgia. Collectively, the way my patients are treated (both medically and socially) is incredibly frustrating for 

How to Treat Your Shin Splints From Home

How to Treat Your Shin Splints From Home

Shin Splints are a common issue affecting the front of the shin. And like many musculoskeletal complaints, there’s usually a number of factors that set it up to occur. We often link shin pain back to things like flat feet, calf tightness, and poor training