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How often should you have treatment?

How often should I get a treatment? This is a question we get asked all the time and is a logical question when thinking about the nature of your injury or pain. This really depends on the reason you are coming into clinic in the first place. people who are injured and need more regular treatment people who are seeking maintenance of their injury/pain People who want a regular session for prevention of injury/pain Here is what we recommend: Acute injury An acute injury is an injury that has just happened such as a strain in the neck when you wake up in the morning from a bad nights sleep. When this injury occurs it recommended to have a few quick sessions back to back that will speed up the

The most overlooked stretches for lower back.

​Lower back pain is one of the most common reasons people seek treatment. One common cause of lower back pain is strain on the sacroiliac joint or lumbar facet joints. This can be caused by anterior (forward) tilt of the pelvis which can be coming from tightness in the hip flexors. There are many other factors that can cause lower back pain and also anterior tilt of the pelvis but here we will focus on the hip flexors. These days most people sit all day and this shortens the hip flexors making them chronically tight. There are quite a few hip flexors muscles the most notable being Iliacus & Psoas (Iliopsoas), Rectus Femoris, Tensor Fascia Latae (TFL), Sartorius and Pectineus. ​ Here are some

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