One of the more common questions I receive from clients is “do I need to come in for treatment every once in a while to keep this injury at bay”. While this is a very loaded question when it comes to business for the chiropractic, physical therapy and massage world, there is some validity to […]
Nearly 80% of Americans will experience some sort of back pain. Plug that first sentence into google and start to read the multitude of articles and blogs highlighting this unfortunate trend. While most of us can tell when back pain is bad requiring immediate medical attention, the majority of back pain is low-grade and more […]
Active Care versus Injury Care: What is the difference? One of the more common questions I receive from clients is “do I need to come in for treatment every once in a while to keep this injury at bay”. While this is a very loaded question when it comes to business for the chiropractic, physical […]
http://www.runnersworld.com/injury-prevention/6-common-injuries-you-should-never-try-to-train-through 6 Common Injuries You Should Never Try to Train Through Because sometimes, “no pain, no gain” couldn’t be further from the truth. ByK. Aleisha Fetters MONDAY, JUNE 26, 2017, 10:18 AM When dedication defines your mindset on workouts (and results), it can be hard to back off your training—even if your body is begging […]
Hawk Grips Therapy is growing in popularity due to its ability to treat a multitude of conditions. The treatment is non-invasive and uses uniquely designed stainless steel instruments to break down scar tissue. Similar to how a comb brushes out knots in hair, the instruments are used to smooth out soft tissue abnormalities, improving range of […]
What is Active Release Techniques (ART) to Individuals, Athletes, and Patients? ART is a patented, state of the art soft tissue system/movement based massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. Headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, shoulder pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, knee problems, and tennis elbow are just […]
Dr. Derek Gearhart is happy to share that he has completed his 12th consecutive Active Release Technique certification this past January 2016. This particular seminar was a re-certification for the Spine. Dr. Gearhart took his first seminar in 2004 and has maintained a current certification ever since. Professionally certified providers must maintain yearly continuing education […]
Excellent video from Runners World and Dr. Jordan Metzl, Medical Doctor detailing Shin Splints. He explains the anatomy along with the differences between bone pain and muscle pain. A true fix relies on proper cross-training and strength and conditioning.