Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a common injury of the wrist and hand. Check out this article to learn more about why carpal tunnel occurs and how it is treated!
Anatomy Blog Posts
Knee Injuries: Types and Rehabilitation
The knee joint is a body part at high risk of injury. Here are some exercises you can do to get back your movement after an injury.
Shoulder Position and Mobility: 3 Techniques for Flexibility
If you sit at a desk all day, drive a lot, always looking down at your phone, it’s likely you have forward head posture and limited shoulder mobility. This blog will help you to relax your shoulder and chest muscles.
Tight Calf Muscles: 4 Exercises to Treat and Prevent Calf Pain
Tight calves are common problems among athletes and active people, especially for people who run a lot or walk a lot.
What is your Core? (How it works)
Think of your core as a strong column that links the upper body and lower body together. Having a solid core creates a foundation for all activities.
Tendonitis and Bursitis (What’s the Difference?)
Tendons are cord-like structures located where a muscle narrows down to attach to a bone. The tendon is more fibrous and dense than the elastic, fleshy muscle.
Scapular (Shoulder Blade) Stability
Normal shoulder motion involves a coordinated rhythm between movement of the shoulder blade on the chest wall and movement of the ball in the shoulder socket.
IT Band Friction Syndrome: How to Prevent It
The iliotibial (IT) band is a tough group of fibers that run along the outside of the thigh.