shoulder pain

Is your shoulder pain really from your shoulder?

I see a lot of patients weekly that suffer from shoulder pain. They range from high end athletes to everyday mums and dads. Shoulder pain can be aggravated from various causes depending on the individual and activity. But one common finding across the board is aggravation with movement above […]

By |Friday, March 22, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on Is your shoulder pain really from your shoulder?|

Exercise for Shoulder Stability & Scapula Health

Shoulders are the most complicated joints in the body and at the same time are the most diverse and mobile of joints. They allow for a full 360 degree circumduction to occur and they can go behind our backs and be lifted above our heads.

Shoulder pain is a common […]

By |Tuesday, March 12, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on Exercise for Shoulder Stability & Scapula Health|

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Some of the most common conditions that I see in the clinic are neck problems or shoulder and arm issues. These can be separate injuries causing a variety of upper limb signs and symptoms, or they are commonly related.

This month I am focusing on Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. What is […]

By |Thursday, January 23, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Thoracic Outlet Syndrome|

Ileocecal Valve syndrome

As we approach the end of year, we encounter that time commonly referred to as the silly season. With the silly season comes the overindulgence in things we typically might not have throughout the year. Christmas parties, catching up with friends and colleagues leads to in most cases, an […]

By |Thursday, November 24, 2011|Blog|Comments Off on Ileocecal Valve syndrome|