Stretches for (or to prevent) Knee Pain

There are various different possibilities for knee pain. Sometimes the malfunction may come from the leg muscles/hip joint and travel down, and sometimes it may come from the feet/ankle joint and travel up (video coming soon). Sometimes knee pain comes from athletics/wear and tear/direct impact. In which case, it requires acute treatment – Physiotherapy/Chiropractic treatment, which is to be followed by active therapy – stretching and strengthening. If your case of knee pain comes from …

Move Better! FST Xmas Gift Cards Are Back!

YES!! WE DO HAVE THEM AGAIN! We’re a little late this year so if there’s that someone that you want to give an hour of heaven to — Fascial Stretch Therapy has been a very popular gift for people 30-65🎁🎄for a few years now! If you haven’t purchased yourFST Christmas Gift Cards yet, these puppies are on sale for $80 (60 min stretch sesh). Regular $100-$115. *One GC can be used per person*   If you’ve …

Another one of the ‘Big 3’ Core Exercises!

If you read our last post, you know that “super stiffness” is a concept put forward by Dr. Stuart McGill (world renowned spine expert) that encourages a strong Mid-Section. From Power lifters to new moms, the Big 3 exercises are what Dr. Stuart McGill highly encourages to avoiding injury, for proper mechanics, re-training faulty habits that naturally develop, and to allow you to keep your back strong no matter what activities your doing.  Give the …

Myths About Kinesiologists!

Myth # 1 First of all – KINESI-WHO, what are Kinesiologists? Kinesiology is a 4-year university degree program to learn ALL about the body mechanics (AKA Physics!), all the bones, their joints, the muscles. For ex: MUSCLES:  The bicep muscle starts from the end of the shoulder blade and inserts into the elbow. Except when we learn it, it was the (long head) bicep brachii muscle (different that the bicep brachialis – short head) originates …

Upper Back Pain – 2 Ways to Find Relief

The best way to rehabilitate upper back pain and find pain relief is by knowing the various root causes of the tension.     Possible Root Causes of Tension Upper back pain can have multiple roots such as:  Direct trauma: Motor-vehicle injury  Sporting injury Indirect trauma: Compromised posture  Low strength of core muscles and postural muscles Excessive tightness in the chest muscles Excessive tightness in the back (Latissimus) muscles Mental or emotional stress Once the …