How I Can Help You: Online Sessions

I enter every single session with one simple question, why? Why does your shoulder hurt? Why does your back hurt? Often both therapist and client can get wrapped up in the what, what can be done to fix the problem? What is the issue with my foot? If you find the why you’ll get your

Is Your Hyoid Bone The Key To Unlocking Your Entire Body?

This month I have decided to outline the importance of a structure often overlooked called the hyoid bone or ‘floating’ bone.  It can have a large impact on major movers throughout your body. Do you have pelvic misalignment that simply won’t resolve no matter how many corrections or manipulations to the pelvis directly? Look to

Pain Between The Shoulder Blades?

Over the years I have helped many people alleviate pain between their shoulder blades; the three things that when addressed seem to have the biggest impact are neck and shoulder movement as well as breathing mechanics. The mid back is the space between your shoulder blades and your spine which can often become painful due

How I Can Help You: Neurokinetic Therapy

What is Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT)? Dysfunctional movement and coordination problems originate in the brain. NKT is a corrective movement system that addresses the cause of your dysfunctional movement pattern at their root in something called your cerebellum. The cerebellum is the area at the back and bottom of the brain; it serves as a blueprint

The Stupid Knee

It is a close call on a monthly basis as to what I come across more often, knee or lower back pain. Your knee’s take a battering over your life time, a mentor of mine once said ‘we live longer than ever before, however it would appear our knee joint isn’t designed to last as

Migraines And Your Jaw

This month is about migraines and more specifically how the muscles of your jaw can have a huge impact on them. Migraines are an interesting beast. Finding the root cause should always be the first step, should it be stress, diet, cortisol, systemic inflammation or biomechanics. It is often a combination of all of these

Hip Pinching & Compression

This month is all things hip pain. The anatomy, function, thrills and spills! The hip is an interesting guy with incredible movement potential, made up of your femur (thigh bone) and your acetabulum (better known as the hip socket), the hip joint is surrounded by some of the most powerful musculature the human body has

Tennis Elbow

This month’s blog is focusing on tennis elbow (or lateral epicondylitis); common patterns and regular solutions. Tennis elbow is pain where the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to the bony prominence on the outside of your elbow, and isn’t only experienced by those who play tennis; it can unleash itself upon absolutely anybody. Your