Written By Art Carey, For The Inquirer
Crawford Hill is a mountaineer and rock climber who enjoys outdoor exercise. For the last three years, pain in his lower back has curtailed such pleasures. In ... Read More
One in eight Canadians currently suffers from some kind of arthritis, and over the next 20 years, this number is expected to rise to one in four (the result of a less active population, obesity and other factors). For young people –almost 20% of all osteoarthritis patients – the condition ... Read More
Written by Dr. Christopher LaRocque
We are all aware of the term concussion and its relationship to head trauma. Whether the trauma occurs from an accident around the home, in the work place, during recreational or competitive sport, ... Read More
Pillows impact the quality of our sleep - and sleeping on the wrong pillow can contribute to headaches, neck, should and lower back pain. Pillows are designed to keep the spine in a natural alignment. The human neck curves ... Read More
Mild muscle injuries create microscopic damage/tears to the muscle fibers, and scientists believe this damage, coupled with the inflammation that accompanies these tears, causes the pain.
Sore muscles ... Read More