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He who says he can!

Confucius once said, “He who says he can, and he who says he can’t, are both usually right.” Through the rough times, you have to continue to see yourself being successful. You have to never lose sight of your dream and hold onto it, even when it is nowhere to be found and nowhere near being achieved. You have to accept where you are in life and immediately do…

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Tech Neck

The age of technology is glorious, isn’t it? It allows us to reach distant places around the world with the speed of an airplane or learn about anything we can think of with the click of a button. It allows us to do more with less effort and communicate in ways we never thought imaginable. In some ways, it provides us with more opportunities and in some, it increases…

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Schedule Sleep?

Can someone please tell me why the younger we are the more sleep we need but don’t want, and the older we get the more we want it but can’t seem to get it? What a mind trip. When we are young we need sleep for recovery, growth, and mental development. As we age we need a bit less sleep but can’t seem to get enough. When I was…

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Consistency Over Intensity

Consistency / Intensity We live in a fast world that demands results immediately. I go online and see things like “one exercise to fix shoulder pain”, or “quick fix for back pain”. In my experience there are very few quick fixes. The “quickest” way to get results with anything you are doing is to BE CONSISTENT.  Oftentimes we get injured from a misstep of some sort or a quick…

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Thoracic Spine Hypomobility

If you are currently or have ever had a parent you will enjoy this conversation. The age-old story of posture is one that we all know. I remember getting a swift palm upside the head when I was young after the umpteenth time my mother had to tell me to sit up straight. The thing is, she went through the same thing with her mom and I am going…

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Shoulder Pain

If there were an injury that “has a target on its back”, this is the one. After low back pain, impingement syndrome is the most commonly seen injury in my clinic. Essentially it is another name for supraspinatus tendonitis, or inflammation of the tendon that attaches the most superior of the four rotator cuff muscles. We have spoken in the past about what tendonitis is so I will revisit…

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