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Effects of Cryotherapy on Inflammation – Chronic vs Acute

Cryotherapy Inflammation

Time and time again, we at Cryotherapy Toronto observe the impressive effects of cryotherapy inflammation treatments. It is a well-known fact that inflammation not only most often shows up via physical pain in acute inflammation cases, but it also worsens numerous chronic conditions and diseases from psoriasis and eczema, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, and fibromyalgia, to…

Overcoming Taekwondo Injuries: Steven Lopez’ Rehabilitation Techniques

Taekwondo Injuries

Like any sportsmen, martial artists are subject to injuries, often many times over the course of a career. Taekwondo injuries can vary from breaks, tears and dislocations to nagging and persistent troubles like chronic muscle and joint pain. Even the heroes that adorn children’s bedroom walls like champion Steven Lopez are not immune to injuries…

How to Speed Up Spinal Injury Recovery – 10 Best Tips!

Spinal Injury

Injuries to the spine are amongst some of the most devastating and debilitating. There are two types of spinal injury, those that are complete and those that are incomplete. Complete injuries refer to a complete loss of physiological function below the site of the injury, whereas an incomplete spinal injury refers to one in which…

Best Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Center – How To Choose?

Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation

Each year, more than 10,000 people may experience injuries to their spinal cords. The spinal cord is an incredibly important part of the body, consisting of an elongated clump of nerves that are responsible for sending messages back and forth to the body from the brain. In almost all cases, spinal cord injury rehabilitation is…

Knee Tendonitis Symptoms – Do I Need a Brace?

Knee Tendonitis

As popularized in the children’s song, “the knee bone’s connected to the, shin bone” – but, just how this connection is made is the source of a very common overuse injury known as knee tendonitis, patellar tendonitis or simply, ‘jumper’s knee.” Patellar tendon is responsible for the muscle function that allows for movements like kicking…

Common Basketball Injuries List And Recovery Methods

Basketball Injuries

Basketball is a sport in which players must be at peak performance levels both physically and mentally. Participants need to have incredible endurance, mental agility and physical abilities. The game involves running, jumping and an immense array of activity for the arms and hands, so it’s no wonder that basketball injuries are quite common. Some,…