Tendonitis and tendinopathies are some of the most common injuries as we get older.And if you have been told to just rest and ice your tendinitis pain, you might be wasting your time… Tendons help us transmit force. They allow our muscles to have connections to our bones, and we wouldn’t be able to ... Read More about Tendon Pain? Try loading exercises and Collagen! -Fredrickson Health Solutions
How many times have you heard this from your parents, grandparents, or in my case my wife: Chew your food! How many times have you said this to your young kids? Back when you first heard it or said it, you were probably thinking its benefits were more preventative so you wouldn’t choke on your ... Read More about CHEW ON THIS! How chewing more can effect your hormones
Sedentary lifestyles can contribute to neck and upper back pain. To combat the extra time you’ve spent binge watching Netflix during the shelter in place order, here are a few rehab exercises you can do to keep your neck and upper back feeling good. Before we show the exercises let's talk a ... Read More about Watching Netflix causing pain in your neck? Read on for stretches to combat neck pain so you can get back to binging Tiger King and Ozark 3! In good posture ;)
At Cornell University Department of Ergonomics, researchers found that up to 90% more pressure is applied to your lower back when you sit versus when you stand. According to the National Institute of Arthritis/ MSK and Skin Diseases, back pain is one of the American’s most common health problems, ... Read More about Nirvana Flow 4 min Prehab and Warm Up
In light of all the recent news, I have really tried to separate fact from fiction. I have been doing my due diligence and ONLY listening to world renown speakers of infectious diseases and trusted doctors in their fields of expertise. There is a lot of BAD information out there, and ... Read More about My research on COVID-19 and the ACE2 gene.
HISTORY Turmeric is a plant that has a very long history of medicinal use, dating back nearly 4000 years. In Southeast Asia, turmeric is used not only as a principal spice but also as a component in religious ceremonies. Because of its brilliant yellow color, turmeric is also known as “Indian ... Read More about A new way to deliver an ancient plant, and 5 key health benefits of Turmeric/Curcumin.