188 Inner Thigh + Groin Pain

188 Inner Thigh + Groin Pain

Did you know that your inner thigh muscles (called adductors) are also involved in hip flexion, extension, and even flexing your knee? More often than not, they get lumped into an “inner thigh” category, but the anatomy of these muscles is even more interesting when...
186 SI Joint + Low Back Pain

186 SI Joint + Low Back Pain

Have you ever tweaked your low back? First of all, it sucks. But coming back from a low back injury without worrying about doing it again is a very steep, uphill battle. Is it just muscles? Is it degeneration? Is it arthritis? IS IT SI JOINT PAIN? 😱 It can all...
183 Stronger Hands for Healthy Shoulders

183 Stronger Hands for Healthy Shoulders

When was the last time you thought specifically about your grip strength? You know, the strength of your hands? You use grip strength to pick up your phone, feed yourself, open jars and doors, and every interaction you have with your hands in your environment. But...
182 Elbow pain

182 Elbow pain

How is it that you can get golfer’s elbow or tennis elbow, even if you’ve never golfed or picked up a racket? Elbow pain affects almost 3 million Americans, so chances are you know someone who experiences elbow pain or are someone who suffers with it yourself. Common...
179 Achilles Tendon Pain

179 Achilles Tendon Pain

Sometimes having pain seems very straightforward – you have a tear/bulge/strain in X so it hurts. Have you ever experienced heel pain? Achilles tendonitis is fairly common – with almost 200,000 annual cases in the US. And while it commonly affects runners,...
178 How Pain Works with Dr. Ashley Mak

178 How Pain Works with Dr. Ashley Mak

Sometimes having pain seems very straightforward – you have a tear/bulge/strain in X so it hurts. But what about when you have surgery to fix that thing… and you still have pain? Or if you have pain, but nothing is structurally wrong? The link between pain and...

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