• AUGUST 14, 2019
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    The Importance of Your Cranium (Concussions)

    The cranium is extremely sensitive. Your cranial bones should move and the rhythm they move with should have a certain pattern to it. The points where the various bones of the skull join together are called sutures and there should be a very small amount of movement available at all the sutures. This is very

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    • MAY 16, 2019
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    Recurrent Hamstring Injuries

    Hamstring injuries – particularly when there has been a muscle tear – can be tricky to recover from. There are a number of reasons why and we go through some of them in the video below. The most common reasons include: Altered Muscle Activation Strategies: If the muscles around your hip and pelvis aren’t turning

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    • JUNE 30, 2018
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    5 Tips To Get You Marathon Ready

    We are just a few short weeks away from the beginning of the Fun Run season. Those of you who are thinking of running the September Marathon should hopefully be starting to test your legs and begin training for the 42km event.   Here are a few little tips you probably did not know, that

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    • JUNE 30, 2018
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    The Importance Of Alignment

    Patients have often heard about the importance of alignment but they don’t really understand why it’s important. They’ve often heard chiros talking about alignment and they want to be well aligned but they don’t know how to achieve it – or even more difficult – how to maintain it. Having poor alignment can create all

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