• We are in a unique situation, where a large portion of our workforce is being forced to work at home for the time being and home ergonomics are . Unfortunately, most of us do not have adequate setups at home to support our body. Hint: if you can see your foot by looking to the side of your screen right now, your head is not in a good position!

    In this post, we will cover:

    • What good ergonomics are and why they are importan

    • What you should look at in your home office setup

    • What you can do to improve it

  • Are you currently dealing with a sports injury or chronic, nagging pain that won't subside no matter how much ice and heat you apply to it? If so, it may be time to try some different treatment modalities, such as deep tissue laser therapy.

    Never heard of this treatment before? Read on to learn more about it and the benefits it can offer you.

  • All things in moderation is great advice.   Whether that is food, fitness, spending habits, or even receiving advice, I’ve found that extremes tend to have negative consequences.  We treat a lot of sports injuries in our office, especially low back pain from lifting, CrossFit, runners, triathletes, and golf.  This can be frustrating because injury can keep you away from performing something you love.  A common theme to many injuries we see has to do with spinal positioning.  “Neutral Spine” is a concept that has been around for quite some time and is often misunderstood; it is not a singular position, but rather a range where we can safely train.  In general, it is the position our spine is naturally designed to be the most biomechanically efficient.