Many people are suprised when I ask them if they have EVER had a fall, accident or surgery. They usually reply with "Yes, but it was a long time ago." To which I must ask further questions. Just like any good detective goes deeper and wider to find the answer to unsolved mysteries, so must the practitioner who wants to get to the root cause of symptoms. Another way to look at it is that puzzles cannot be put together completely if all the puzzle pieces are not present. Our bodies have no conception of 'time' as we know it, and we cannot assume
Bone Spurs (Osteophytes) Basic Bone Spur Facts • A bone spur is a tiny pointed outgrowth of bone.• Bone spurs are usually caused by local inflammation, such as from degenerative arthritis or tendonitis. • Bone spurs develop in areas of inflammation or injury of nearby cartilage or tendons.
Myofascial Release Part 5 Now that we’ve reviewed so much research regarding the tissues affected by myofascial release and how, it’s time to get into how to actually perform self myofascial release (SMR) and when is the best time to do so. By the way, if you missed any of the other entries in the series just click on The Bio Mechanic above and it will link you to my blog history.
Active people take hits. They get bumps, bruises, aches, and pains. Some are ER worthy in which case the patient will undergo physician’s care. Others are mere inconveniences that cause pain, swelling, discoloration, and irritation. Instances of pain are normal, chronic pain is not. There are solutions and preventative measures that can be taken to reduce the body’s reaction to active lifestyle occurrences.