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What is the Achilles Tendon?

Achilles Tendon Definition - What does Achilles Tendon mean? Also known as the heel cord or the calcaneal tendon, the Achilles tendon is the thickest tendon in

What is Sport Taping

Like kettlebells, jump ropes and the stair-master, sport tape is nothing more than a means to an end; a tool to be harnessed in the pursuit of

Kinesiology Taping for Shoulder Pain

Your shoulder is a relatively unstable and complex joint involving many muscle groups that sees extensive, repeated use and abuse. Good shoulder function is a necessity for

Stretching and Rolling Benefits

Ask anyone who has had a massage what it felt like and they’ll likely sigh in memory; we all know how wonderful it can be, but the

Benefits Of Using Sports Taping

It's becoming more and more common to see people either in the gym or out running on the street with colourful tape affixed to their bodies. No,

Benefits of Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology tape is a revolutionary new product on the sports health market, and from its looks, you could cast it aside as a sham, but that’d be

Benefits of Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue Massage (DTM) is the elixir of athletes across the globe, a therapy that has been used to fight the pain of muscle injury and wear

Massage Therapy Helps Hockey Players

The argument over which are the fittest athletes may never be settled. Ask the question, and answers will likely range from decathletes to mixed martial arts fighters

Sports Injury Massage Therapy

From the professional hockey player to the twice-weekly runner, every sports enthusiast fears the same thing; injury. One misstep, one split second, is all it takes for

Epsom Salt after a Deep Massage

Almost five hundred years ago, near a small town called Epsom in southern England, some people bathing in a natural spring noticed a salt-like substance in the