Injuries can occur among athletes of any age, and in almost any sport. Some traumatic injuries can be quite severe and even life-threatening, but all injuries should be followed by proper diagnosis and treatment. Here are some common signs you have suffered a sports injury.
A lot of people are unaware of the fact that the majority of chiropractors are trained and certified in areas such as neurology, orthopedics, physical rehabilitation, and clinical nutrition. In this article we are going to discuss some of the health issues that a chiropractor can solve.
All of us look for a jolt of energy now and then. Some might need it in the morning, and others might need it toward the end hours of their workday. Irrespective of what time you need the energy, these tips are sure to help.
The Achilles is a tendon that connects your two major calf muscles to the heel bone. When it is placed under too much stress, which is a common occurrence for runners and other athletes, it can become less flexible and even inflamed. An inflamed Achilles tendon can eventually tear, which is why any runner should take steps to protect their Achilles and recognize the symptoms of inflammation before they get to be too much.
As we move from one season into another, extreme temperatures can sneak up on you. It can be quite pleasant one day, then abnormally hot or cold the next. During this time of transition, it's particularly important to guard against temperature-related illnesses.
Many people believe that they will have quality vision their whole lives, but aging and certain habits, behaviors, accidents and illnesses can take your vision from you gradually or in an instant. To maintain excellent eyesight for as long as possible, follow these three tips throughout your life.
It's no fun being sick or injured. Aside from being physically hurt, injuries often take you out of your normal rhythm and wear on your mind and emotions. Here are five great tips to boost your mental toughness and help you speed up your recovery from injury or ailment.
Staying healthy is important to people of all ages, but it’s paramount for those entering their golden years (age 65 and over). Exercise and maintaining a good diet offers essential benefits including strengthening the immune system, providing more energy, improving mood, and preventing disease.