Hypermobility vs. Hyperflexibility vs. Hypomobility: Understanding the Differences and Implications

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Hypermobility vs. Hyperflexibility: Understanding the Differences and Implications Hypermobility and hyperflexibility are two terms that are often used interchangeably to describe the ability to move joints beyond their normal range of motion. However, these terms are not synonymous, and understanding the differences between them can be critical for individuals who experience joint hypermobility vs hyperflexibility.

Massage Treatments for Tendonitis & Tendon Pain

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Tendonitis, Tendon Pain and Tendinopathy Tendons attach muscles to bone. They are all over the body but there are a few tendons, such as the neck, elbows, biceps, wrists and achilles, which can have a condition called tendonitis (also called tendinitis) or tendinopathy. When left untreated, these areas can progress into calcific tendonitis, a condition that is usually considered irreversible …

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Herniated Discs and Bulging Discs

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What is an Intervertebral Disc? Between each vertebra in the spinal column sits a shock-absorbing disc. The disc consists of a tough outer coating, called the annulus fibrous, which surrounds the inner gel-like nucleus pulposus. What is a Herniated Disc? A disc herniation can sometimes be called a “slipped disc”. While a disc can’t really “slip” out of place, it …

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Do You Have Lower Back Pain?

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Do You Have Lower Back Pain? Do you suffer from lower back pain? If so, you are not alone! Nearly 80% of Americans experience some form of back pain at least occasionally. Back pain is slightly more common in women than in men, and about 54% of lower back pain cases in America involve individuals who spend the majority of …

Nutrition and Supplement Discounts in Boulder

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Colorado Nutrition Discount Program Boulder Therapeutics is proud to announce their discount program with Colorado Nutrition in Boulder. 10% OFF all Products 10% OFF all Nutrition Programs Ongoing Specials & Discounts Free Body Composition Analysis What Products do they Carry? Colorado Nutrition works with many endurance athletes and carries Endurance & Recovery products as well as Protein Powders, Joint Support, …

Thai Yoga Massage

Thai Yoga Massage

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What is Thai Yoga Massage? This type of bodywork involves opening the body’s energy lines through a combination of rhythmic compression, soft-tissue manipulation, acupressure and stretching. It is referred to as Thai Yoga Massage because the therapist will move you through series of yoga-like stretches. Thai Yoga Massage is felt as both relaxing and energizing as it includes deep muscular …

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Fascia, Fascial Connections & Connective Tissue

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Learn More About Fascia We recently watched this amazing video (see clip above) from Dr. Jean-Claude Guimberteau, MD called “Interior Architectures.” The video explores the fascial connections and connective tissue within our bodies using an HD camera and clearly demonstrates just how integrated our tissues really are. For those of you who have heard David, our Injury Specialist, lecture at …

Sugar Kills article in Mother Jones

Sugar Kills: Article in Mother Jones

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“Sweet Little Lies: The 40-yr Campaign to Cover up Evidence that Sugar Kills” “[T]he fact that no confirmed scientific evidence links sugar to the death-dealing diseases…is the lifeblood” of the Sugar Association. I encourage you to read the article and review the Internal papers from the Sugar Industry which reveal a strategy to safeguard sugar from “opportunists,” “pseudoscientists,” and “enemies.” …