Posts Tagged "pilates"

The Best Exercise for IT Band & Hip Bursitis Pain. Dr. Sandra Doman Chiropractor Aventura

Hello cyclists, runners, triathletes, pregnant ladies and other hip pain sufferers! Learn one of the most important (and commonly forgotten!) exercises to stabilize the hip/knee and remove painful pressure from your IT band and hip bursa.

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Overcoming Back Pain: New Doctor Recommendations

Overcoming Back Pain: New Doctor Recommendations Written by Jeffrey Herschler Tuesday, 28 February 2017 00:00 According to an American College of Physicians (ACP) press release posted 2/14/17 and entitled ACP Issues Guideline for Treating Nonradicular Low Back Pain: <The ACP>…recommends…that physicians and patients should treat acute or subacute low back pain with non-drug therapies such as superficial heat, massage, acupuncture, or spinal manipulation. “Physicians should reassure their patients that acute and subacute low back pain usually improves over time regardless of treatment,” said Nitin S. Damle, MD, MS, MACP, President, ACP. “Physicians...

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How I Lost The Baby Weight Without Trying

How I Lost The Baby Weight Without Trying

How I Lost The Baby Weight Without Trying Happy New Years, Friends! I hope this email finds you well:  hopeful and in good spirits after the holidays. I just wanted to share something with you that has taken me by surprise as we roll into the New Year. As many of you know, 6 sleepless months ago (ha) my husband Eric and I had our first daughter, Sage Wolf Kaplan.  If you have been to the office in the last 5 months you have probably met her delicious little face because she comes to work with me.   Yes, I feel lucky. I won’t go over in this blog how many incredible things I learned about health during and after my pregnancy but this time of year we have some VERY common...

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What is Whiplash? The Gift That Keeps on Giving

What is Whiplash? The Gift That Keeps on Giving

It wasn’t until the fall of 2012 that I REALLY gained an appreciation for how badly whiplash hurts.  I’d been treating auto accident patients as a chiropractor literally every day for years and thought:  I’m sure this hurts but it can’t be THAT bad. I mean, everyone has been in some sort of accident, right? Fast forward to my own accident, hydroplaning in the 95 north express lane in Miami during a storm.  Spinning 360 degrees repeatedly and hitting the median each time to the soundtrack of Party Rock by LMFAO.  I literally couldn’t listen to that song for a year after the accident without feeling the room spin!  Punishment for listening to crappy music 🙂 Boy did my...

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4 Steps to Fix A Bad Ankle and the UM Basketball Camp

4 Steps to Fix A Bad Ankle and the UM Basketball Camp

I’m looking over some player paperwork from our 5th year as the on-site chiropractic team at Jim Larrañaga’s Fantasy Basketball Camp at the University of Miami and not surprisingly, we tend to see the same injuries over and over. Low backs, hamstrings, pulled groin muscles, general neck pain, and the topic of our bloggity blog, today, “I have a bad ankle.” I like treating these orthopedic injuries because there is usually a predictable, traceable pattern of wear and tear that brings a patient into our consultation, albeit this time, court-side at the University of Miami. The bio-mechanics of the body are similar to the mechanics of a car: Predictable patterns of blowing...

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