There are many amazing wonders of the human body. It is a remarkable machine working perfectly and efficiently. Our bodies are made up of tissue, muscles, nerves, bones etc. We are able to move about and use these parts of our bodies in our daily lives. Injuries cause dysfunction and or weakness to our bodies and slow down our amazing machines. Retraining of the muscles may be necessary when there is an injury to the hip, back or shoulders. If full function is needed by an athlete this is even more important. A runner can use pilates as a way to retrain their muscles to help them return to peak performance.
Lateral Epicondylitis (LE), or simply known as Lateral Elbow, is a condition that largely affects the elbow, causing pain and discomfort. It is also very commonly known as the tennis elbow because it tends to affect tennis players or any sports that involves the use of racquets. However, one may also suffer from elbow pain […]Read More (0)
Hip impingement syndrome, also called FAI (Femoroacetabular Impingement), is a painful condition experienced by young and middle-aged adults that limits range of motion at the hip joint. Hip Joint Anatomy The ball-and-socket structure of the hip joint normally permits a wide range of motion. The acetabulum of the pelvis forms the socket and the head […]Read More (0)