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How We Treat Hiatal Hernia

STRUGGLING WITH ACID REFLUX? A lot of our patients come into the office with the symptoms of hiatal hernia, but have no clue that they are suffering from this condition. The severity of this condition can be wide ranging, from very mild to clinically diagnosed and scoped. Some reasons that people suffer from hiatal hernia…

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How to Stay Healthy on Car Trips

This month we are back with a post on how to keep healthy during vacations or long car trips. Our doctors, Dr. Erik Hensel and Dr. Jasmine Craner each give their two top tips on how to best maintain your health during these situations. Dr. Hensel’s Top Tips 1) Plan ahead. Dr. Hensel’s biggest tip…

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Pec Release

Hello everyone, Today we will be focusing on the anterior side of the shoulders, releasing the pec muscles. These muscles are universally overworked, not only those who go to the gym, but also those who sit at a desk and are constantly having their shoulders rounded and their head forward. Because of this, a lot…

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Low Back Pain

Hello everyone, Today we will share some lacrosse ball stretches and releases for low back type pains. One of the biggest things that we have to understand is that pain does not always come from the location that you’re feeling the pain. A lot of lower back pain comes from the anterior (stomach side) of…

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Hip Pain & Sciatica Release

Hello Everyone, Today we will be sharing how to release localized hip pain along with sciatica with a lacrosse ball. The muscles that we will be releasing are the glutes, the piriformis, and lastly the sacrotuberous ligament. These muscles are shown in the diagram to the left. The sacrotuberous ligament is shown under the diagram…

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Posterior Shoulder Pain Release

Alright everyone, Today we are back with a video concentrating on the posterior (back side) shoulder. We have a lot going on back here, including the scapula, and the infraspinatus, which is on the back side of the scapula. This muscle causes a lot of numbness and shooting pain down the arm. It is also…

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