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Barefoot Running by Erskien Lenier Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:53pm I chose to post this research because of the growing number of runners I encounter that are chronically injured by having weak feet and not believing their shoes might be atrophying their health despite their best efforts on or off road. SPORTSCIENCE Review: Training & Performance Barefoot Running Michael Warburton Gatewa ... Read on »
BACK PAIN – MUSCLE STRAIN... by Barmac Posted Sat 30 Apr 2011 8:41am Many people suffer from back pain due to a muscle strain. This is mainly triggered by doing everyday activities incorrectly. For instance, leaning over to pick up something heavy without bending at the knees. However a simple coughing or sneezing fit can also pull a muscle or through exercise. Pain that has developed through exercise ... Read on »
Guest Post: Keeping on Your Toes — Preventing & Soothing Aches, Pains, and Muscle Strains by Nichelle S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 6:10pm Fitness and nutrition expert, Nancy Welker, has been kind enough make another guest appearance on Dance Advantage to answer some frequently asked questions about preventing and soothing muscle soreness following a dance class or workout. She talked to us last time about dancer “feetness,” taking care of overworked feet. Have another fitness or ... Read on »
Muscle Strain by James C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 11 Oct 2011 12:18pm I've been doing the 10-8-6-15 program for almost two weeks. So far I've got more strength. But I have sore shoulder muscles while doing the V-bar pulldown. It happened last training day while I did the 1st set of V-bar pull down. I thought it was because I had not warmed up yet, so I ignored that and finished the program. And I ... Read on »
Muscle Strain - Finding Happy Muscles by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 6:13pm As much as I'd like to say that practicing yoga has only left my body feeling joyous, strong, and fluid, this is not always the case. A matter of fact, there have been times that I've pulled or strained a muscle so severely that the pain lasts for days and, if I'm not careful, weeks! Here's a remedy that has proven useful. Hopefully you' ... Read on »
How to Strengthen Your (Bare, Flat) Feet by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 08 Oct 2009 10:00pm 2 Comments About 20% of adults have flat feet. A small subset of the population suffers from hereditary flat foot, but most of it is developed. Very few of us are actually born with flat foot. In this post I’ll explore what you can do to avoid flat feet in the first place, and if you already have them whether it is possible to reverse the damage. Since ... Read on »
Is Exercise the Answer to Foot Problems? by Michael Nirenberg Posted Sat 19 Dec 2009 5:52pm Everywhere you look someone is telling us the benefits of exercise. Of course, exercise can help our hips and gut, but could it also be the answer to foot and ankle pain and problems? Anecdotal reports from people who regularly engage in barefoot activity—particularly barefoot running—reveals that exercise can improve abnormal biomec ... Read on »
Simple And Efficient Ways To Avoid Straining Your Back by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 13 Feb 2009 4:56pm One of the most common causes of back pain is muscle pull or muscle strain. This is a state in which you apply more pressure on your back muscles than you ought to. In doing so, your back muscles which are elastic in nature strain to meet the extra demand and in the process tear or wear out, stimulating back pain. To avoid any kind of muscl ... Read on »
Chiropractic, Spinal Decompression and the Graston technique-Fix your back for good! by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Tue 16 Mar 2010 5:38pm Fix your back for good. Chiropractic,Spinal Decompression and the Graston technique The other day one of my patients was waiting to go on our Spinal decompression table in my NYC Chiropractic office and he brought an article to my attention that was in a magazine in our waiting room. I read it and the information is pretty much on p ... Read on »
How Does Your Arch Height Affect Your Shoe Choice and Injury Risk by runnersconnect Posted Mon 15 Jul 2013 6:00am When shopping for shoes, many running stores will recommend looking at the height of your arch to determine what kind of shoe you need. But, is arch height and effective way to determine what shoes you need? People have arches that range from very high and immobile to very flexible and almost completely flat, so you would think that arch he ... Read on »