Posts in the ‘Neck pain’ Category

Have Neck & Back Pain At Work?

If you’re reading this, then you may be one of the millions of Americans affected by or dealing with back and neck pain from sitting at your work station. It costs employers and the healthcare system billions of dollars, treating symptoms. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons:            

How Do I Increase My Shoulder Strength and Flexibility

Wondering why your overhand activities are getting more difficult, despite all the hard work and training you  put in. Whether it’s swimming, pitching/throwing in baseball, tennis or gym exercises, loss of flexibility to your posterior inferior gleno-humeral ligament can be a major source of your limitations. It can also result in poor biomechanics of the

De-Stressing Your School Week

Montgomery County,  Maryland has some of the most talented clinicians and educators in the country. Annually, many of them miss work due to musculoskeletal injuries.  Neck and back pain is at the top of the list as some of the most common reasons associated with missed work.  With several weeks off (for some) and summer