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The Right Approach to Treatment Implemented at the Right Time makes all the difference…   The Triad above depicts the three essential components to optimal health: Structural, Chemical, Emotional. Structure refers to our musculoskeletal system and will be the focus of this article. A major key to corrective...

How to sustain your fitness and performance conditioning when gyms are closed It sucks to have to modify workouts, whether because of injury or because your gym is closed due to COV-19. That said, you can get a great workout with bodyweight exercises.  Adding mobility with bands,...

COVID-19 READINESS UPDATE  synopsis by Dr. Matt Fontaine   How to stay calm and be prepared As we watch cases of the virus unfold and wait for data to be processed, uncertainty surrounds the health, economic and social impacts this crisis will create over the coming weeks and months. ...

COVID-19 READINESS   How to stay calm and be prepared   There has been a mass of information spreading around COVID-19, some science based, some not.  We want to help assist our patients to stay calm under chaos, yet take necessary action to be best prepared as you can...

by Dr. Matt Fontaine Yoga> one of the secrets of High Performing Athletes and Successful Individuals Yoga is not just for athletic, extremely flexible model type women in Spanx.  Yoga has been an institution in the Eastern World for Millenniums and here in the West, we are in...

by Dr. Matt Fontaine   A human takes an average of 2000 steps per foot covering a one mile distance.  That is a significant number of repetitive movement.  What happens if poor joint movement and muscle imbalance are causing you to bare weight unevenly?  These faults can...

by Dr. Matt Fontaine   So Doc, Can I Safely Return to Exercising Now? "Can I still exercise while I am treating and recovering from my injury?" Every day in clinic I field questions like this? The conversation usually goes something like this… At some point is nearly every new...

by Dr. Matt Fontaine "When it comes to running injuries, many think of foot, ankle or heel pain, shin splints, runner’s knee or ITB syndrome.  But poor hip mobility and function can lead to LOW BACK PAIN in runners and also cause runners to lose power...

NON-INVASIVE TREATMENT  OPTIONS FOR FOOT AND HEEL PAIN By Dr. Matt Fontaine A Common Injury for Runners and Other Active Individuals Christine’s foot and heel pain began back in college while playing soccer.  For years she suffered with recurring shin splints and intermittent sharp debilitating foot pain.  Sometimes...

by Dr. Matt Fontaine This article will expand on topics we covered in our "SHRUGGING OFF SHOULDER PAIN" clinic as part of our 4- part Injury Prevention and Performance Clinic Series in partnership with Trident CrossFit. Patients with injury and pain who seek medical care deserve:  An...