Hamstring ailments are not always specific to the hamstring. Gait changes and biomechanics play important roles in the development of many muscle and soft tissue conditions.
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Posted by on 2/20/2019 to Leg, Hamstring, Groin Pain
Posted by on 7/10/2018 to Overcompensation Pain & Injuries
Dealing with foot alignment issues and finding it hard to enjoy your favorite activity due to foot and ankle pain? It is critical to select the proper running shoe based on your individual needs related to any foot alignment issues you are contending with. Read on to find out how to master this process...
Posted by on 5/20/2018 to Exercises & Stretches
Because every human body varies in shape, size and type, as well as muscularity, flexibility and fat-deposition patterns - it is not surprising that posture-related issues have become very strong contributing factors to a wide variety of aches and pain affecting most areas of the body.
Posted by on 4/30/2018 to Overcompensation Pain & Injuries
Considering our feet are the main point of contact with the ground, it’s not that surprising to learn that pronation abnormalities are a source of pain affecting many areas of the body. These overcompensation issues may begin in the feet, but often the imbalances created from pronation issues affect the calves, IT band, knees, hips, and back.
Posted by on 8/20/2017 to Exercises & Stretches
Misaligned hips will eventually lead to stresses not only on the hips themselves, but also the back, core muscles, IT Band and more.
Posted by on 5/4/2017 to Overcompensation Pain & Injuries
When you injure your shoulder, you will naturally do everything you can to "protect" it. This inevitably leads to more stress on the opposite shoulder. It is critical to focus on upper body health in general when contending with a shoulder injury.
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