September 2014

Knock Out Plantar Fasciitis Pain with this Homerun Tip

By Pressure Positive September 19, 2014 No comments
The topic of this month, Plantar Fasciitis is a big deal. According to a Medscape overview, around 10% of the United States population experiences heel pain resulting in 1 million visits per year to medical professionals due to Plantar Fasciitis. Treatments cost us between $192 and $376 million dollars annually, consisting of injections, surgeries, steroids and physical therapy, with an average recovery time of 6 weeks. Recurrence of the condition is not uncommon.

Nashville drummer depends on his Backnobber II!

By Pressure Positive September 19, 2014 No comments
Joshua Daubin is a studio and touring musician living the dream in Nashville, Tennessee. Being an in demand Drummer and an equally gifted professional Photographer means constant motion and a steady hand nearly every waking moment. All that repetitive arm movement creates built up tension in his shoulders and upper back.

Is the “Hurts-To-Laugh” Muscle Causing Pain in Your Side or Difficulty Breathing?

By Pressure Positive September 19, 2014 No comments
Have you ever had a pain or "stitch" in your side, maybe in the middle of a fit of laughter? Do you ever have trouble taking a full breath or experience pain in the side while breathing, sneezing, or coughing? While certainly any trouble or pain with breathing should be examined thoroughly by your doctor, there is a muscular cause that you might be able to take care of yourself assuming everything else checks out okay. Trigger points in the muscles between your ribs can cause several surprising symptoms, including:

The Frozen Shoulder Ring of Wrist Pain

By Pressure Positive September 19, 2014 No comments
A Frozen Shoulder can take a lot of fun out of summer warmth. Just about any sport or activity involving lifting your arm above your head, reaching across your chest, or reaching back and up behind you can be spoiled. Add pain in the wrist on the same side and you are in for a frustrating time doing anything with that arm.

Kneecap Pain or Problems? Solving the High Riding Patella.

By Pressure Positive September 19, 2014 No comments
Your kneecaps (patella bone) are designed for more than just good looks. Their real and very important function is to give added leverage to your Quadriceps muscles (knee muscles in the front of your thigh). When running, biking, swimming or climbing, you need all the leverage you can get to handle the amazing amount of force that is put through your knees. In fact, because of their importance, kneecap problems can be the unfortunate demise of an athlete's career...