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nervous system

The nervous system

Your nervous system is a highly complex network that transmits signals all around your body. It’s central to how we interact with the world — enabling us to move, experience sensations and interpret and remember information. This is possibly the most impressive system in your body, and one of the most important — so how does it work? What is the nervous system? The nervous system can be viewed as three parts:Central...

MCL injury

Medial collateral ligament (MCL) injury

If you regularly play sport, you may be aware of your medial collateral ligament (MCL). This ligament is one of the most common parts of the knee to be injured, usually as a result of force to the body or a fall. What is the medial collateral ligament? The MCL runs along the inner edge of your knee and helps connect your shin bone (tibia) to your thigh bone (femur). This...

Hip flexor

Hip flexor spasm: causes, symptoms and treatment

Hip flexor pain is one of those conditions that affects both people who are very physically active and people who participate in minimal physical activity. If you’re experiencing hip pain and wondering if you might have over or underdone it, read on to learn about the common causes and symptoms of hip flexor spasms, and what can be done about them. What causes hip flexor spasms? The group of muscles that allow...

Fractured arm

Recovering from a forearm fracture

Forearm fractures are among the most common types of broken bones and can be some of the most complex. Surgery will often be needed to repair the damage before the rehabilitation process can begin. It can be a long road to recovery, but a chiropractor can help. Read on to find out how! Types of forearm fracture There are two bones in your forearm - the radius and the ulna. The radius is...

subacromial impingement

Shoulder pain: treating a subacromial impingement

One very common cause of shoulder pain is subacromial impingement. This is a complicated name for an injury that occurs often (in approximately one in five people). It happens when a tendon in the shoulder rubs or catches on nearby bone. This affects the rotator cuff. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles that allow you to rotate, raise and lower your arm. Which means that pain in this...

How You Can Keep Your Spine Healthy While Working at Home

Many workplaces have invested substantial amounts of time and money into setting up ergonomically correct workstations and encouraging employees to follow work practices that protect their bodies from the types of injuries that often result from repetitive motion or extendedbouts of sitting. Unfortunately, many people working from home do not have those same resources available to them and their spinal health is paying for it. These are six ways you...

Girl with neck pain torticollis

What is torticollis (wry neck)?

Have you ever twisted your head sharply and felt the searing pain of your neck freezing in an unnatural position? Then you’ve got an idea of what we’re talking about here. Torticollis, also known as wry neck, is an extreme twisted neck which won’t seem to go away. Jarring pain may be similar, however it does not last. Wry neck (torticollis) usually causes the top of the head to tilt...