You don’t have to search for long to find someone who has suffered from plantar fasciitis, as it is one of the most common causes of foot and/or heel pain in adults. But what exactly is plantar fasciitis, and how does it occur?Read More
As summer gets into full swing, many of us start returning to outdoor activities we haven’t done since last year. And with this increase in yard work, summer sports, and home renos, some aches and pains are bound to come with it.
If you’ve noticed your elbow and forearm feeling painful, weak, or even tingling, you might be suffering from tennis elbow, even if you haven’t picked up a racquet. Despite its misleading name, tennis elbow is a common injury that can occur with any type of repetitive activity – not just tennis. Swimmers, baseball players, carpenters, and even cashiers can all suffer from the condition.
As Canada’s National Winter Sport, you don’t have to go far to find someone who plays hockey. And whether it be at a highly competitive level, or just for fun on a backyard rink, injuries from playing the sport are extremely common.
As summer quickly approaches and the courses start opening up, many golfers are making their way back to the first tee box. Golf is a great way to get outside, enjoy time with friends, and reduce stress, but have you ever thought about the effects it has on your body?