Shoulder pain and the thoracic spine

The connection between Shoulder Pain and the mid back You’re probably sitting at a desk right now reading this.  Most people in today’s workplace environment do a lot of computer work sitting at a desk. This position causes a number of postural problems. One of those problems is forward head position, where the ears move forward of the midpoint of the Read More >>

Dr.K invented the IntelliRoll for you!

IntelliRoll therapeutic foam roller

Sign-up today at IntelliRoll.com to be notified of the Pre-Sale starting this month! Thousand Oaks, CA. Foam rolling is emerging as the self-care strategy of choice among active people everywhere. Until now the primary design of most foam rolls has been a flat surfaced cylinder. The problem is that our bodies aren’t flat.  Our bodies have Read More >>

Back pain treatment

Spinal Adjustments: One Part of Your Treatment Plan For Low Back Pain. In two recent studies published in 2011 in the peer-reviewed scientific journals Spine and Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, researchers concluded that spinal adjustments was effective treatment for relieving low back pain by increasing activity of the lumbar multifidus muscles.  The deep low-back Read More >>

Exercise: Bad Form Equals Pain! We Can Fix That!

  Your workout routine may be enhancing your shape, but hurting your back.  Bad exercise form equals pain. If you have been experiencing pain in your low back, neck or any other joints of the body after exercising, it may be due to improper posture and technique.  Posture is defined as the position or bearing Read More >>

Physical Therapy Gets Direct Access

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Transition to self-care: a provider perspective

At some point in the course of rehabilitating an injury, one has to begin the transition to self-care, the daily activities by which an individual takes care of his or her own health needs.   As the word “transition” implies, this phase involves reduced dependence on the healthcare provider and becoming independent with one’s own Read More >>

Change is inevitable, but you can mitigate it

Change is often difficult, but it’s a constant in life. The challenge we face daily with our health is that change often comes in incremental doses that are difficult to detect on a day-to-day basis. If left unchecked, these small daily changes can often culminate into significant health problems. By the time we become aware Read More >>

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