Runners and walkers exercise in order to get or stay healthy. Some of us are early risers (not ME) and love to get out there before the rest of the day begins. Others prefer to be out there later in the day, perhaps as the sun is going down and allowing themselves to “wind down the day”. Whether
Snapping hip syndrome (also referred to as coxa saltans, iliopsoas tendinitis, or dancer's hip) is characterized by a snapping sensation felt when the hip is flexed and extended or often externally rotated along with flexion. Runners will experience symptoms due to tightness of the muscles around th
Below is an article from Active.com, by Sabrina Grotewold. She interviewed a Chiropractor from New York City, and he eloquently states the benefits of chiropractic care, not only post injury, but as a pre-injury regime for endurance athletes.
If you think chiropractors simply "crack" back
The Flexor Digitorum/Hallucis Longus Muscles May be The Answer
Runner’s injuries are numerous when it comes to the foot and ankle. Achilles tendinitis, plantar fasciitis, Morton’s neuromas, stress fractures and calf strains are the more common problems that runners experience. Often overloo
It’s HOT out there runners!
If you live in Missouri (or anywhere else in the United States these days) you may dread walking outdoors for any reason. Stepping out the front door may result in the soles of your running sneakers melting and sticking you to the driveway. If you are considering
This is likely the most reported runner’s condition I see in our office, especially during this time of year when runners and walkers are getting more active. The typical complaint is that of knee pain on the lateral side that comes on “usually all of a sudden” during running or sometime after
-- The skin on your lips is 200 times more sensitive than your fingertips.
-- Pain occurs when sounds are above 130 db (decibels).
-- Lack of water is the #1 trigger of daytime fatigue.
-- Stress can result in more headaches as a result of the body rerouting blood flow to other parts of the body.
Saint Louis Injury and Rehabilitation Center uses chiropractic care to assist patients to recover strength and mobility.
Applying adjustments to various joints of the spine results in specific and powerful effects to the nervous system. The adjustments are often accompanied by a program of physical therapy to enhance the recovery process. We also offer an array of therapies from massage, stretches, exercises, and modalities, to guide you on your path to pain-free health.
By employing a program of stretching and strengthening exercise, your back and neck can gain the flexibility needed to survive a lifetime of stress and strain.
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Did You Know …
You can find Dr. Cragg on the sidelines! Dr. Cragg has recently extended his expertise to assist with sideline pre and post performance care for some of our St. Louis area high school athletes.
Wishing them all the best in health and wellness from the SLIR Staff!
St. Louis … Are you ready to ROCK?! It’s BACK! St. Louis Rock n’ Roll Marathon, 1/2 marathon, and new this year, the mini marathon! We will be out full force ready to support the participants! Come see find us [...]
October 15th, 2013 | Category: SLIR Events | Comments are closed