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How to Improve Bone Health

The Spinal Series: Scoliosis

Bone health has often been overlooked by the young and active, resulting in a large proportion of people seeking to improve their bone health only when they age. Adding to this, one in four men over the age of 50 tend to encounter an osteoporosis-related fracture in his remaining lifetime, making it ever so imperative…

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Why Muscles Feel Sore After a Workout

Quick Fixes For Your Back Pain

What is Muscle Soreness (DOMS)? Every one of us has probably felt a soreness in our muscles after an intense workout and this could come hours or even days after the workout. So, what exactly is muscle soreness and why does it come about? Well, muscle soreness is actually known as delayed onset muscle soreness…

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How to Treat Muscle Soreness

The Road to Recovery: Neck Pain Treatment

Muscle soreness is inevitable for the active individual and every one of us will encounter it at some point in our lives. Muscle soreness is more accurately known as delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS in short. The intensity of the soreness could vary from individual to individual, but a general pain and stiffness can…

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Former Athletes: 5 Common Injuries

Most Athletes at some point in their training would have sustained an injury that would stick with them for the rest of their lives despite making a full recovery. For most, these injuries are more underlying and chronic than acute, resulting in perhaps a slightly lower quality of life in general. Here is an insight…

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What is Foam Rolling?

Gaining much popularity over the past decade, foam rolling is a great way to perform self-massage. However, this method is not magic for an injury. Foam rolling should be used as a preventive method. Here to show you some basic moves, Dr. Kirk will go over some easy ways to enjoy the benefits of foam rolling….

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Exercise to Help Lower Back Pain

Dr. Brendan Kirk goes over one of his favorite exercises to relieve lower back pain. He demonstrates how you can progress and develop this useful exercise over time.  Anyone of any level of fitness can start doing this today to relieve the aches and pains they’re feeling in their lower back.  

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