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3 Key Ways to Manage an Ankle Sprain

3 Key Ways to Manage an Ankle Sprain
Each year, more than 2 million people report experiencing an ankle sprain. An ankle sprain occurs when the ligaments in the ankle are stretched beyond their normal limits and tear.   Ligaments are a strong tissue that helps to connect bones to other bones. The tearing in the ligament can range from mild to severe. Symptoms of an ankle sprain include ankle swelling, tenderness to touch, bruising, and ankle instability/difficulty walking on the injured ankle. Immediate care for ankle sprains...
Posted on 2021-11-22

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a fairly common neuromuscular condition that causes numbness, pain and tingling that originates in the wrist but can extend to the fingers and/or the arm.  The carpal tunnel is located on the palm side of the hand. The tunnel is surrounded by bones and ligaments. There is also a fibrous sheath over the carpal tunnel called the transverse carpal ligament. The median nerve sits inside the carpal tunnel. When pressure is placed on the carpal tunnel for extended perio...
Posted on 2021-11-10

Post Pregnancy - Return to Running Checklist

Post Pregnancy - Return to Running Checklist
So you’ve had your baby and the doctor has cleared you to return to running. Do you think you’re ready to get back to running? Did you ever think about being “ready” to run before? If you’re not sure where to start, here is a checklist to see if your body is ready to get back into running: 12+ weeks after delivery:  Wait at least 12 weeks after delivery to ensure your body has enough time for healing. Make sure you receive clearance from your doctor!  ...
Posted on 2021-10-12

Post Baby Belly: 3 Exercises To Work Your Ab Muscles

Post Baby Belly: 3 Exercises To Work Your Ab Muscles
Many women have become more concerned with working to lose their belly immediately after delivery to get back to that "flat tummy" look. But the reality is that this can take some time and that is OK! In fact, it is more important to work on those abdominal, core and pelvic floor muscles soon after pregnancy because weakness in these areas can lead to other issues - from lower back pain to difficulty holding your urine. Performing the correct exercises can help you get rid of that post-baby be...
Posted on 2021-10-12

Neck Pain is Just Part of Being a Desk Worker… Right? 5 Ways to Improve Your Neck Pain

Neck Pain is Just Part of Being a Desk Worker… Right? 5 Ways to Improve Your Neck Pain
Neck pain seems to be everywhere.  If you look around your office or talk to your co-workers, you likely see someone rubbing their neck, adjusting their posture or getting an ergonomics consult to try to get more comfortable. This seems to have become more prevalent as more people have been working from home using dining tables or even their bed as their office.  You probably find yourself rubbing your neck and shoulders thinking “this is just tension or a headache” or,&nbs...
Posted on 2021-08-30
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