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The Temporomandibular Joint (Jaw Joint- TMJ) is the joint that connects your jaw to the temporal bones of your skull; it's the most used in your body. Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) are very common and refer to problems and injuries associated with your jaw and the...

The brain is trained in relation to each body part and physical movement. It has within it a figurative "Body Map"  called the Homunculus. This is a representation in the brain of the anatomical body. It represents a map of where the neurons for that body part...

Walking short or medium distances requires our muscles and joints to be pain free and in a good condition. For efficient walking enough strength in the muscles and range of movement in the joints is required. While you are walking, one leg swings through in forward...

Do you carry your baby on one hip? Or did you years ago and now have hip or back pain? Carrying your baby on one side all the time can cause a pelvic torsion or a tightness in one side of your back and/or hip that...

Are you suffering from pain, injury or a physical limitation of some sort?  Have you only tried medication, rest or stopping the activity you love and would like to be more proactive? Soft tissue injuries occur in tendons, muscles, nerves and ligaments. There are various therapies...

Do you get back pain? You are not alone… Recent estimates of the global prevalence of low back pain in adults showed on average 23% get pain once a month.  It has been reported chronic back pain ranges from 10 to 20% of the population and...

Many people think they have to live with painful feet, I hear it a lot; “I just thought it was part of getting old”, or “I thought my problem was hereditary”. Sometimes that is the case, but many times it is not! There is treatment...

The foot is a complex part of the body. It has joints and muscles and is directly influenced by the movement and balance of the body above. More complex problems of the foot and ankle to treat are; Recurrent ankle sprains occur when ligaments are stretched and when...

Treating just the lower back does not always work for the following reason. It may be the victim between a stiff thoracic spine and stiff hips/pelvis. The lumbar spine moves in a forward and backward direction with very little rotation due to the shape of the...