Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Magic of Magnetic Therapy

Having any kind of injury that impedes your ability to enjoy everyday life can be agonizing, frustrating, and inconvenient. While some injuries are easily cured, others may take a few different approaches and methods of mending before something really makes a difference. Some people have tried everything to get rid of their dull aches and pains with solutions ranging from surgeries and medication, to physiotherapy, meditation, and holistic approaches. Continue reading

Wintertime Fun: The Benefits of Winter Sports

Wintertime Fun: The benefits winter sportsEven if you prefer the warm, sunny seasons over the colder months of the year, there’s no denying that winter has a lot to offer. Aside from the holidays and cozy hibernation of winter break, there’s also lots of time to hit the powder to try out some winter activities and sports.

There are a lot of benefits to being active in any season, and taking part in sports, regardless of the level, can improve stress management, muscle and bone health, quality of sleep, weight, and more. While it’s always great to stick to a sport you know and love, the wintertime is also a great time to try something new! There are all kinds of activities you can partake in, including skiing, snowboarding, hockey, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and ice skating. Continue reading

Protective Knee Braces for Basketball Season

Knee injuries can be extremely unforgiving and very hard to repair if the rehabilitation is not done quickly and correctly. We use our knees for so many everyday activities that it’s critical that we take care of these areas. Whether we’re going for a walk, gardening, or playing in the championship football game, injuries to our knees can slow us down or completely take us off of our feet during the recovery process. Continue reading

How to Correct Knee Hyperextension

Knee hyperextension is a very common knee injury. Although almost all cases are fairly painful, the severity of the condition dictates how debilitating it is and how long it takes to correct the injury. Anyone can experience hyperextension; however, it is most common in athletes who tend to put a lot of pressure on the kneecap and the surround ligaments while running, changing direction, tackling, etc. Continue reading