Often the “Little Brother” of the Glute Max, the Glute Med plays an important role in maintaining a level pelvic alignment and proper hip-knee-ankle alignment in single leg activity like walking, running and hopping. Find out how to keep that muscle strong!
As an athlete, there can be a lot of friction caused during sports which can lead to corns and calluses on your feet. Untreated corns and calluses can lead to the development of an ulcer in people with diabetes or with poor circulation. It is very important to have your corns or calluses properly assessed and treated. Find out more in this blog by Kaye!
A fun new tool that we got recently in the clinic is this foot beam from the Foot Collective. It allows us to step out of our shoes and be barefoot on the beam to really work all the foot and ankle muscles that we have available to us. We can gain so much from the sensory inputs and the feedback we get from all our little foot and ankle muscles being engaged.
We’re back into the swing of hockey season and it is beyond exciting! But, this sport that we love doesn’t come without its share of injuries. Understanding how to treat your body pre- and post-injury is critical to making sure that you stay in the game! Our team has no shortage of tips to get you started. Let’s dive in!