Inside tips to reduce back pain

Among the most common of tennis injuries are those to the back, which is not surprising when you consider the twisting, turning, and arm movements … [Read more...]

Tendonitis in the Kneecap

Your kneecaps are important parts of that complex system of ligaments, tendons, muscles, and meniscus pads making up your knee joints. While it may … [Read more...]

Dealing with Lower Back Pain via Cycling

Whether you cycle for fun, exercise, or competitively, the problem of lower back pain can manifest itself and make you avoid your favourite sport. … [Read more...]

Cycling Neck & Back Pain

While casual cyclists may escape the worst of neck and back pain, serious, competitive cyclists will be well familiar with these conditions. A … [Read more...]

What is Tennis Elbow?

Tennis elbow is probably the most famous, or infamous, injury associated with tennis and one of the most common. The technical term for tennis elbow … [Read more...]

Tennis Knee Injuries & Massage

When we think of physical problems from tennis, we usually think of injuries to the elbow or wrist, but the knee can be affected just as easily. … [Read more...]

Massage after a Fracture

Breaking any bone in your body is certainly a traumatic experience for anyone. Age will be a factor in the likelihood of a fracture occurring, with … [Read more...]

Is Running Bad for You?

The opinions from ‘experts’ about whether running is good or bad for you have been bandied back and forth for years. There is no doubt that … [Read more...]

Massage Goes Beyond Treating Sore Muscles

It’s unfortunate that most of us look upon massage therapy for being useful only for treating sore muscles. There’s no doubt that it can’t be beat … [Read more...]

Rotor Cuff Injuries and Massage

While a season of nearly unlimited sport activities may await you, there is something else that may be lurking in the background, ready to strike – … [Read more...]