Runner's Knee can come on slowly and may not be associated with an injury. Knee pain can stop you from training. The pain can get so bad it hurts to walk. Treatments can be helpful but might be temporary. This post helps you understand Runner's Knee and what is the best way to evaluate and treat this condition.
"Docs prefer pills for OA" is the title of an article. While it gets our attention there is a trend to underutilize physical therapy and lifestyle changes while narcotic use is increasing. This post looks at assessment tools for knee pain and knee osteoarthritis. Dry needling of the knee for pain and swelling as well as diagnostic ultrasound for assessing the knee for swelling and bone spurs is also discussed.
Our executive functions, ability to make decisions, is affected from the many distractions with our technology enhanced, fast paced world we work and live in. Constantly being interrupted and switching our brains from one task to another comes at a cost. Anxiety and depression are common with a lack of margin. Here is a simple idea to improve your energy, mood, productivity and creativity each day. #stepoutside
When should you have imaging for a temporomandibular joint problem? What imaging is best for you? This post shares how we make clinic decisions on ordering imaging for TMD. CT scan, MRI and diagnostic ultrasound.
Assessment of the temporomandibular joints takes minutes. This assessment is an eclectic approach based off of decades of treatment and thousands of cases. You can use the entire screen or take bits and pieces to help improve your practice of TMD.
These exercises use a stick to improve our neck and shoulder strength while encouraging good posture. You will have more mobility while safely improving your neck's ability to hold the head up. We are joined by Master Trainer Jerod Langness.