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1. BFST (Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy)
BFST (Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy)
The human body has this uncanny ability to heal itself when we're injured. From the very first moment that our muscles, ligaments, tendons, joints, fascia, or soft tissue are hurt, our bodies trigger an internal system that keeps a watchful eye on the injured tissue, while also providing the very...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 07:54:29
2. How to Mend Your Posterior Tibial Tendonitis (Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction or PTTD)
How to Mend Your Posterior Tibial Tendonitis (Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction or PTTD)
The Posterior Tibial tendon is a cord-like tendon that runs from a muscle in the leg, down the inside of the ankle and into the arch of the foot. This particular tendon provides a significant amount of support in the foot and helps to control the inward movement of the foot while walking. Additio...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:20:31
3. How to Mend Your Meniscus Injury
How to Mend Your Meniscus Injury
A meniscus injury (also known as a cartilage tear, medial meniscus tear, lateral meniscus tear, acute meniscal tear, and discoid meniscus) is one of the most common knee injuries and the menisci tend to get injured during movements that forcefully twist your knee while bearing weight. The menisci...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:13:20
4. How to Mend Your Iliopsoas Bursitis
How to Mend Your Iliopsoas Bursitis
The bursa is sac-like tissue typically located at major joints (knee, elbow, shoulder, etc...) between bone, muscle, tendons and skin. The Iliopsoas bursa is located in the hip and is the largest bursa in the body. The Iliopsoas bursa also helps to reduce friction of the bones and soft tissues th...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:12:17
5. How to Mend Your Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) & Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) Injuries
How to Mend Your Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) & Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) Injuries
The knee has 2 collateral (parallel) ligaments and 2 cruciate (crossing) ligaments. The medial collateral ligament (MCL) and the lateral collateral ligament (LCL) provide support to the knee by limiting the sideways motion of the joint. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and the posterior cruci...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:14:18
6. The Inferno Wrap
The Inferno Wrap
Our bodies are amazing works of art, with muscles, tendons, bones, blood vessels and nerves that help us run marathons, let us dance for hours, and allow us to keep up with our daily demands (like walking, cleaning, and working). Our bodies are even capable of healing themselves and start healing...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 07:53:15
7. How to Mend Your Extensor (Wrist) Tendonitis
How to Mend Your Extensor (Wrist) Tendonitis
There are a set of tendons (called Extensor tendons) at the top of each wrist and the back of each hand that attach to bones, ligaments and muscles in the hand. These tendons allow our hands to perform dexterous movements and have a thin sheath of smooth tissue that allows for fluid movement of t...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:20:35
8. Treating Pes Anserine ("Goosefoot" or Knee) Bursitis
Treating Pes Anserine (
The bursa is sac-like tissue typically located at major joints (knee, elbow, shoulder, etc...) between bone, muscle, tendons and skin. There are several bursae located in the knee - with five bursae at the front of the knee, four lateral bursae and five medial bursae. The anserine bursa is one of...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:11:16
9. How to Mend Your Olecranon (Elbow) Bursitis
How to Mend Your Olecranon (Elbow) Bursitis
The bursa is sac-like tissue typically located at major joints (knee, elbow, shoulder, etc...) between bone, muscle, tendons and skin. This particular tissue helps to decrease rubbing, friction and irritation between other tissues of the body, resulting in more fluid movement. The bursa located i...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:10:25
10. How to Mend Your Peroneal Tendonitis
How to Mend Your Peroneal Tendonitis
The Peroneal tendons are two major cord-like tendons in the foot that run together behind the outside of the ankle. These particular tendons provide essential stability for the ankle and the back of the foot while preventing the foot and ankle from turning inwards or spraining (this action would ...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:21:20
11. How to Mend Your De Quervain's Syndrome
How to Mend Your De Quervain's Syndrome
De Quervain's Syndrome is the thickening and inflammation of the inner wrist and thumb tendons (also known as the extensor pollicis brevis and abductor pollicis longus) or tendon sheath (the layer of membrane around the tendons). De Quervain's Tendonitis occurs when the tendons are inflam...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:24:25
12. How to Mend Your Plantar Fasciitis & Heel Spurs
How to Mend Your Plantar Fasciitis & Heel Spurs
Plantar Fasciitis is considered a repetitive stress condition where the fascia (connective tissue at the bottom of your foot) experiences wear and tear at the point where it attaches to your heel bone. As your foot strikes the ground your plantar fascia is stretched, and when your heel lifts off ...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:03:27
13. How to Mend Your Patellar Tendonitis (Jumper's Knee)
How to Mend Your Patellar Tendonitis (Jumper's Knee)
Patellar Tendonitis, also known as Jumper's Knee, is a painful condition affecting the patellar tendon; which is a tendon that connects the kneecap (also known as the patella) to the shin bone. This particular tendon aids your knee and leg in extending and straightening out, an action which is ne...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:12:17
14. How to Mend Your Quadriceps Tendonitis
How to Mend Your Quadriceps Tendonitis
The Quadriceps tendon is a cord-like tendon that is located just above the Patella (or kneecap), and connects the Quadriceps muscle group to the Patella. This tendon allows for superior movement by working with the patellar tendon and Quadriceps muscles to straighten the knee and leg. Additional ...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:14:18
15. How to Mend Your Rotator Cuff Injury
How to Mend Your Rotator Cuff Injury
The rotator cuff consists of 4 small muscles situated close to the ball and socket joint of your shoulder (Glenohumeral joint). These muscles are connected individually to a group of flat tendons, which combine together and surround the front, back, and top of the shoulder joint like a cuff on a ...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:12:17
16. How to Mend Your Trochanteric (Hip) Bursitis
How to Mend Your Trochanteric (Hip) Bursitis
The trochanter bursa functions to prevent the iliotibial band (IT band) from rubbing against the greater trochanter of the femoral head. The IT band runs from the iliac crest (crest of the pelvis) down the side of the hip and leg, and inserts at the upper tibia (top of the knee.) It is mainly use...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:14:18
17. ColdCure® Technology
ColdCure® Technology
We've all experienced some form of inflammation at one time or another... When we stretch our tissue a little too far while exercising, roll over on our ankle during a run, or tweak an old injury. And we're all too familiar with the inconvenience of dealing with tender, swollen, and painful tissu...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:03:27
18. How to Mend Your Lower, Middle or Upper Back Pain
How to Mend Your Lower, Middle or Upper Back Pain
The majority of back pain is related to some type of muscle strain which puts undue stress on the spine. It is easy to injure or "pull" a muscle with activities as simple as reaching, lifting, or twisting. However once the muscle becomes inflamed, it puts pressure on the spine which leads to back...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:20:34
19. How to Mend Your Flexor Tendonitis
How to Mend Your Flexor Tendonitis
There are a set of tendons (called Flexor tendons) at the bottom of each wrist and along the palm of each hand that attach to bones, ligaments and muscles in the hand and fingers. These tendons allow our hands and fingers to perform dexterous movements and have a thin sheath of smooth tissue that...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:20:34
20. How to Mend Your Sprained Ankle
How to Mend Your Sprained Ankle
Ankle sprains are a result of a partial tear or rupture of any ligament within the ankle joint. Ligaments provide connective support for bones allowing for range of motion (ROM) at the site of joints. The ankle joint is formed by the tibia and fibula bones, which create a socket. Ligaments are lo...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:11:16
21. How to Mend Your Toe Deformity (Hammer Toe, Mallet Toe, or Claw Toe)
How to Mend Your Toe Deformity (Hammer Toe, Mallet Toe, or Claw Toe)
Toe deformities (such as hammer toe, mallet toe and claw toe) are among the most common toe problems and usually form due to abnormal positioning of bones in the foot, poor bio-mechanics (flat foot) or conditions affecting tissues and joints in the foot (arthritis). The foot is comprised of 3 se...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:11:16
22. The Freezie Wrap
The Freezie Wrap
It's truly amazing what our bodies are capable of. We think about walking, running, bending or jumping, and our bodies respond by moving exactly as we wish. Of course any type of movement requires healthy muscles, tendons, soft tissue and joints. Without this healthy tissue our bodies are unable ...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:24:25
23. How to Mend Your Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)
How to Mend Your Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)
The shoulder is primarily composed of three bones: the humerus (upper arm), the scapula (shoulder blade) and the clavicle (collarbone). The shoulder joint is the largest ball-and-socket joint in the body, with the humerus fitting into a cavity in the scapula (this cavity is also referred to as th...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:20:34
24. How to Mend Your Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
How to Mend Your Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) is also known as plasterer's elbow, mechanic's elbow and painter's elbow, and is a form of tendonosis - a chronic degeneration of the tendon due to re-injury. Much like Golfer's Elbow, it is an overuse injury that causes pain on and around the ...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:12:16
25. How to Mend Your Herniated or Bulging Disc Injury
How to Mend Your Herniated or Bulging Disc Injury
The spine is comprised of 5 distinct segments: coccyx, sacrum, lumbar, thoracic, and cervical. The lumbar (lower back) and cervical (neck area) are the 2 most common locations for spinal injury. There are several terms that are commonly used when referring to the same type of spinal disc patholog...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:22:22
26. How to Mend Your Osteoarthritis
How to Mend Your Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis affects approximately 12% of the United States population (approximately 21 million adults; it is the most common type of knee arthritis. It is a progressive musculoskeletal, degenerative disease that wears away the articular cartilage and underlying bone in your knee joint, trigge...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:21:21
27. How to Mend Your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)
How to Mend Your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is an injury that occurs in the hand and wrist area that afflicts the Median nerve (a nerve that runs from the forearm into the hand). This nerve runs through the carpal tunnel which is a space in the wrist surrounded by a series of small bones (also known as the Meta...
Healthy Living - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:12:17
28. How to Mend Your Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Pain
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tears are commonly the season ending injuries we hear about in sports. In the United States, it is estimated that ACL injuries happen to 1 in every 3000 people and usually occur when the foot is planted firmly and the knee pivots, twists or overextends suddenly.Wh...
healthy-living - Thu, 01 Nov 2012 13:59:17
29. How to Mend Your Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome (TTS)
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome (TTS) is an injury that occurs in the ankle and foot area that afflicts the Posterior Tibial nerve (a nerve that runs from the forearm into the hand). The Posterior Tibial nerve is a branch of the Sciatic nerve and runs down the lower leg to the ankle. This nerve runs throu...
healthy-living - Thu, 01 Nov 2012 15:08:00
30. How to Mend Your Sciatica
The spine is comprised of 5 distinct segments: coccyx, sacrum, lumbar, thoracic, and cervical. Sciatica affects the lumbar region of the spine and is also referred to as "Lumbar Radiculopathy". It is important to note that pain associated with Sciatica is most notably a symptom rather than a diag...
healthy-living - Thu, 01 Nov 2012 16:22:56

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