Biomechanical assessmentRunning with an injury or over-training? Often it is best to go back to basicsInjuries can affect us all regardless of age, sex or ability. But can we manage or limit the numbe...
Look after your feet and your feet will look after you. Follow these ten great tips and take better care of your feet.1. You need to keep the muscles and ligaments in your feet working efficiently. Th...
Today, more than ever, there seems to be a palpable increase of people in the United States that are highly conscious of their health. In this day and age, everyone are encouraged to take control of t...
Since diabetes can lie dormant for a number of years without being detected, by the time a person is diagnosed with this chronic illness, complications may have already set in.Therefore, it is importa...
Foot Massage or Reflexology as it is sometimes known has it origins in China and has been around for more than 3,000 years and is normally used to help prevent or cure many different ailments that aff...
I am writing this article while anticipating the sixth weekend in a row of snow in Denver, CO. I cannot help but think of the cold (it is currently in the high 20's outside). And there are times whe...
For over two years my daughter had suffered from pain in her legs and back as she went to bed. She would spend up to an hour turning over and over trying to find a comfortable position to sleep in.Wh...
Studies have shown there's a 98% chance most horses feet are pigeon toed. This fact puts the horse at risk of lameness due to instabilities in its gait or motion and way of travel. Farrier textbooks s...
Millions of runners take to the streets, tracks and trails everyday. People run for health, for fitness, for stress relief and for fun. There are casual joggers, the trail runners, sprinters, marathon...
Many times baby horses are born with imperfections, particularly in the leg and foot areas. A problem arises all too often when Farriers come along and try to correct things. Many of the imperfections...