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One of the most frequent questions that my patients ask me is “what kind of pillow should I be using?”. The truth is, there is no one magic pillow; there is only the best pillow for your body and sleeping patterns. Finding the right pillow comes down to a few simple steps.
Did you get a list of exercises and promptly forget to do them? Maybe you left the appointment with the best intentions and then the idea just flew out of your head. This post is for you. Cues will help you remember to do the exercises.
This is my first blog post in a while and I thought that I would start with a common topic. There have been many cases of “Tennis Elbow” coming through my clinic doors but despite the name, very few of those patients actually play tennis. Here is a brief overview of the condition:
Not all wrist pain is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. In fact, this is often a misdiagnosis amongst healthcare practitioners. Here’s a short synopsis of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome that should shed some light on the condition.
Kinesiology tape (KT Tape) and Rock Tape have become an increasingly popular over the past few years. I often get asked “How does this work?”, so I thought I would clear up a few misconceptions and explain the benefits of this type of taping technique.
As a chiropractor, I see a lot of patients with back pain. Back pain is commonly due to the anatomical structures in the back (clearly), however in many cases, back pain may actually be caused by muscles in the front of your body (hip flexors).
Okay, so the title of this web article may be a bit misleading because most back pain DOES originate from the back. However, not all cases of back pain are as simple as “It hurts here, so that’s where the problem is”. I’ve encountered a couple of interesting cases over the past few months that … More Is your back pain really coming from your back?
I have the pleasure of introducing this guest post from Dr. Andrew Wilson, DC. He is a phenomenal chiropractor, humanitarian, and friend. If you’d like to learn more about his philanthropic efforts, please visit http://www.doctorsfordoctors.ca/. Enjoy!
Orthotics are designed to be placed inside footwear, between the shoe and your foot to alleviate pain and discomfort. There are two main types of foot orthotics: “over-the-counter” insoles and custom made orthotics. “Over-the-counter” insoles are not customized to individual feet as they are prefabricated and mass-produced.