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Respiratory Patterns & Breathing Assessment

Breathing is something that we do everyday that effects how we feel and most of ups don't even know it. Dysfunctional breathing can contriute to problems of overall health and neuromusculoskeletal problems. Poor breathing can be related to problems with motor control...

Upper Back Pain Relief for Runners

The upper back is at a crossroads between the lower back, neck and shoulder blades and is therefore a common place to have pain and dysfunction in runners. Upper back pain between the shoulder blades is a frequent location as is upper back pain with breathing. It can...

Kinesio Tape for Runners

You have probably seen those colored strips of tape that are often applied during athletic competition and training and thought “What is that?” Perhaps you have even used kinesio tape and wondered what kind of magic lessened the pain while you continued to train. It...

Plantar Fasciitis Night Splints Don’t Work

Night splints are a common thing that are recommended for treatment of plantar fasciitis or plantar fasciosis (PF). A night splint is a device that is worn while a person sleeps to keep their foot held up in a position like you were walking on your heels. This...

Treating Heel Pain In Runners

When someone is suffering from heel pain, the most common reason is due to plantar fasciitis. It is also the third most common complaint in runners, behind patellofemoral disorders and iliotibial band syndrome. There are plenty of myths about plantar fasciitis, as...

Sneaker Drive

Ohio State Chiropractic Association: Sneak drive! Harmony Chiropractic Center is participating in the sneaker drive through Rippl. They collect the shoes and send them to developing countries where they are sold in open-air markets. Your donations can help to end the...

Get a Running Coach

There are a multitude of reasons to have a running coach. A simple motive is that you have a life and we cannot be experts in everything. If you are fascinated with gait and functional movement like me or you enjoy the planning and programming aspect (planning out...

Change Your Running Gait

 Should you change your running gait?    “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” – Unknown Everyone thinks that they know how to run because they have been doing it for most of their lives. Toddlers and little kids...

3 Off-Season Changes for Runners

Now is the time of year to make changes since your running season has probably come to a close (unless you found a race in Florida). It is time for you to switch things up and this is true of novice or experienced runners. You are probably thinking about goals for...

Holiday Sale

Holiday Sale! ChiroFlow Pillows: $40 each (regularly $45) BioFreeze - Gel, Roll-on & Spray: $10 each (regularly $12) Massage Gift Certificates:  $45 for a one hour massage (regularly $50) or 5 for $215 ($35 Savings) Sale runs through 11/28 at 5pm. Call...

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (Runner’s Knee)

Patellofemoral pain syndrome, also referred to as runner’s knee, is a common injury in mostly younger runners and ails twice as many women as men. Runner’s knee symptoms are generally limited to pain in and around the knee cap, but the pain can range from a sudden...

Iliotibial Band Syndrome Treatment

Treatment for Iliotibial Band syndrome can be as simple as resting. However, this does not always solve the problem and many serious runners do not want to interrupt their training. You’ve tried foam rolling, ice/heat and stretching, but the relief from these is...

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