Why do we get injured?

Why do we get injured? It seems to be the all-mighty question that defines physical therapist's job security and it is our hope that this gives you some insight. Whether the injury was trauma induced or ever-present “it just started and won’t go away”, we have to take into account the events that preceded the injury to adapt our ways of training or preparation. We inevitably swear by differing thought processes to avoid injury, but one thing that rings true among all training ...
Posted on 2022-02-07

Pain Is Not A Prerequisite

CorePhysio Movement Newsletter July 2021 “Pain Is Not A Prerequisite” At its face value, physical therapy is meant to help patients recover from injury and effectively return to the human experience, sport, and daily movement. Whether a car wreck, overuse injury, fall, or likewise, it is often a profound injury and profound pain that persuades us to seek help from the healthcare industry. But what is your breaking point? Do you have to make yourself suffer “x” number ...
Posted on 2021-07-12

Running To Reduce Knee Pain

Is Running Bad for Your Knees? Is running actually creating knee pain....? We have all heard people claim that running is bad for your knees and that all that impact can lead to development of osteoarthritis and pain. Is there any basis for this traditional claim? Well, truth be told, there isn’t much. In fact, the prevalence of hip and knee osteoarthritis in recreational runners is 300 of people 40 years of age and older have OA changes (not just in our knees) on X-ray but have NO pain....
Posted on 2021-03-09

Strength and Flexibility in Three Yoga Postures

Strength and Flexibility in Three Yoga Postures
I am looking forward with eager anticipation to resume yoga with you at Core Physio next month!  In the last yoga blog, I introduced two themes we will be addressing at the start of this year: strength and flexibility.  Philosophically, we rely on inner strength and determination to start new routines and show up to our commitments.  This is obvious with something like beginning a yoga class where we may feel nervous or excited.  It is also required for returning to a routine...
Posted on 2017-06-12

Let It Go

Let It Go
Let go of the ways you thought life would unfold: the holding of plans or dreams or expectations.  Let it all go. Save your strength to swim with the tide. The choice to fight what is here before you now will only result in struggle, fear, and desperate attempts to flee from the very energy you long for. Let go. Let it all go and flow with the grace that washes through your days whether you received it gently or with all your quills raised to defend against invaders. Take this on faith; t...
Posted on 2017-06-12
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