Sport & Wellness

Patellofemoral Syndrome

Patellofemoral Syndrome - What It Is & How To Treat It

Patellofemoral Syndrome is the experience of pain around the patella or kneecap, including the soft tissues and bone around the kneecap. It is also known as runner’s knee or jumper’s knee.
The 7 Most Important Muscle Groups to Train On

The 7 Most Important Muscle Groups to Train On!

“Arms Day… Legs Day…” perhaps you’ve heard other people comment on what “day” in their weekly training routine they are on, or maybe you even have a routine yourself that divides your focus onto different muscle groups on a rotating basis. 

Girl exercising with light wheight

How young is too young to begin weight lifting?

Whether you are a concerned parent or a youth yourself who is interested in beginning weight training, we will tell you upfront that you should find this article encouraging! 
What is the Difference Between a Sprain and a Strain?

What is the Difference Between a Sprain and a Strain?

Say that you have an injury – and you can walk on your affected knee, or ankle, or move your arm or wrist somewhat functionally – but you’re not sure if it’s a sprain or a strain. How can you tell?

The 10 Most Common Myths About Arthritis

The 10 Most Common Myths About Arthritis

Arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder that can affect more than just your joints. In some people, the condition can damage a wide variety of body systems, including the skin, eyes, lungs, heart and blood vessels.
The 7 Most Important Muscle Groups to Train On!

The 7 Most Important Muscle Groups to Train On!

Know more about what the different muscle groups you should focus on, and how to make sure you do not miss any important groups.

What are Heel Spurs?  How are they Treated?

What are Heel Spurs? How are they Treated?

Heel spurs form on the underside of your foot, often causing pain and discomfort. They are deposits of calcium that build up over long periods of time. 
What Causes Shin Splints? How Are They Treated?

What Causes Shin Splints? How Are They Treated?

Shin splints involve a type of strain from overwork or overtraining in the area along the shin bone in the front of the lower leg, which is also called the tibia.


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