Lateral or outer thigh pain is pretty common. A common treatment is to roll the IT band with a hard roller such as a foam roller. Questions you need to ask are these; is your pain getting better? If not, is the rolling helping? Foam rolling the IT band can be harmful and does not address the underlying cause. This post discusses why we need to stop rolling our thighs.
Vision changes with headaches are very common. An eye muscle, the superior oblique, is commonly associated with headache pain and can contribute to neck tension. Optometry evaluations are typically normal or unchanged. Symptoms to look for: eye strain, pain behind the eye, blurred or double vision, eye fatigue and even some balance issues. Also common are depth perception and driving issues as well as difficulty with grocery stores. These tests can be positive following a head injury, post-concussive syndrome diagnosis, whiplash, or with headaches.
Vision changes with headaches are very common. There are tests that can be done to determine if there is a vision issue and eye muscle trigger points. An eye muscle, the superior oblique, is commonly associated with headache pain and can contribute to neck tension. There are symptoms of eye strain, pain behind the eye, blurred or double vision, eye fatigue and even some balance issues. Depth perception and driving issues as well as difficulty with grocery stores are also very common. If you have had a head injury, post-concussive syndrome diagnosis, whiplash, or suffer from headaches this post will help you understand how your eyes play a role.
The first part of our Posture Program is about understanding some of the foundations of posture and what you can start right now to improve your posture.
Waking up can sometimes be tough. Feeling tired and dragging yourself out of bed? Here are some things to consider to have a better morning.
To do life you need a team, and when it comes to your health we need a medical team. We already have some of our members. Our longstanding chiropractor, our family physician, our personal trainer at our local gym. When we have an issue that is more complex our medical team becomes more important. In a world where information is much more accessible why is communication harder? Here are some things to look for when picking our medical team. Doing this well can save you time, money and hopefully prevent bigger problems later.
Do you have pain with running or hiking? Reduce your risk of injury and improve your versatility while running outside. Ideas about training and footwear, common injuries and best treatments. Dry needling for knee pain can be a fast way to reduce knee pain. Chiropractic and physical therapy unite to share ideas on how to train and deal with running and hiking injuries.
One way to find success in treatment is to know what not to do for your vertigo. Certain treatments say they work on treating vertigo but do not follow our understanding and knowledge of how our vestibular system works. You will be able to evaluate and treat a vertigo patient by the end of this post and know what NOT to do.
Each pelvic and back injury has three components that need to be evaluated and addressed. The first is a joint or structural problem. The next is a muscle imbalance, weakness and muscle trigger points of the trunk, hip and leg. Finally, the third is the core. What treatments are best and what should you stop doing right away!
This post helps you address positional vertigo of the inner ear treating the posterior canal with an Epley maneuver. What you should do after the Epley maneuver.
Testing has shown you have a horizontal canal problem of the inner ear. Treatment with liberating techniques prior to rolling and what you need to know following a maneuver.
Following through with our program from our medical providers can be tough. Here are a two simple tips that can double your success! Want to reach that goal? Read more...
Sinus pain that persists may be coming from the neck. Here are two cases with sinus pressure and pain. Antibiotics did not resolve their symptoms. Cone beam CT is a lower radiation imaging technology that was used to assist with the diagnosis.
Sinus pain and pressure that does not respond to antibiotics may have a cause that has nothing to do with your sinuses. Yes, thats right! Sinus pain that is not an infection or disease? Here is a test that can help us determine if there is an infection or if it is something else.
At Cornerstone we care about YOU. You are the reason we train, innovate, and work together to provide the best possible care. These videos share information about your first visit with us. We look forward to figuring out your problem together and returning you to life so that you can LIVE IT.