Hip Joint Health, Movement, and Impingement

Hip Joint Health, Movement, and Impingement

It’s All in the Hips! Hip Mobility is an important component of many functional activities and can often be a culprit with poor movement patterns. The hip joint is an inherently very stable joint despite being a ball and socket joint. This means that the hip can...
Shoulder Mobility & Movement

Shoulder Mobility & Movement

Staying Loose and Mobile in the Right Places: The shoulder is a joint that requires a lot of muscular control to stabilize as it is very unstable and incongruent. There is little surface area connection between your humerus and shoulder socket (called the Glenoid...
Golfer’s Elbow & Tennis Elbow

Golfer’s Elbow & Tennis Elbow

The rundown for Golfer’s Elbow and Tennis Elbow: When it comes to sports that involve gripping a racket or club or stick there are two common injuries that can occur in the arm; Golfer’s Elbow and Tennis Elbow. These injuries have been dubbed these names because...
Motion is Lotion

Motion is Lotion

Why we say “Motion is Lotion”. I had an interesting conversation with a friend about an injury they suffered to their knee. They said to me “I’m not doing anything with it right now because I want it to rest”. The key word in there...