The shoulder is one of the most complex joints in the human body. The many tendons, ligaments, and muscles that hold it together give it an incredible range of motion. Unfortunately, this freedom of motion makes it the most unstable joint in the body. As tendons are stretched during movement, they can be rubbed and pinched…

“The bad news is time flies, the good news is you’re the pilot” -Michael Shulter If you – like millions of Americans – experience chronic low-back pain or pain that shoots down the buttocks while bending forward or exercising, you may have what is known as a herniated disc. Exercising with a herniated disc can…

Trainers and fitness experts constantly tell athletes that you need to strengthen your core, but what does this really mean? Your core includes the muscle groups in your midsection, including the traverse abdominis, obloquies, lower lats and erector spinae. This is the area of the body that provides stability for all of our movement. Core…