*These blog posts are intended as education. If you are suffering from severe pain, please consult your physician to ensure your issues are not something more serious! COVID has caused a lot of pain for many individuals and our country. Many businesses, especially in the beginning, shut down in person work attendance and encouraged employees to work from home as much as possible. This means employees … Continue reading The Pain of COVID: Working at home during a pandemic
Most of us make a new resolution, goal, declaration, whatever you want to call it, at this time of the year and often that means we are excited and overzealous to get back into shape. Our mind convinces us to work harder than our body is ready for and we find ourselves hurt or in pain. Don’t stop working toward your goal because you are feeling … Continue reading Is your New Years’ resolution bringing gains or PAINS?
Your rotator cuff, also known as the rotary cup (just kidding, please don’t call it that), is a group of four muscles that help stabilize the shoulder joint. Teres Minor Subscapularis Infraspinatus Supraspinatus These muscles are considered “deep” muscles because they are found under the trapezius and the posterior and middle deltoids. The teres minor is crossed by one of the heads of the triceps. … Continue reading The Rotator Cuff- Injuries and How to Prevent Them
Back pain….It’s not normal! In some cases, your low back pain has a simple solution. Learn about an important muscle-and the bad habits- that might be causing your low back pain. Continue reading Tired of low back pain?
Insurance is a confusing and sometimes infuriating topic. In this blog, I hope to clear up a few things and define terms that you may not be familiar with so that you can make the most of your insurance benefits.
Boring, right? Continue reading Confused about insurance?