Costochondritis is a benign form of chest pain, in which pain arises from inflammation of joints between the ribs and the breast bone at the front of the chest.

Costochondritis - Musculoskeletal Chest Pain

Costochondritis is a benign form of chest pain, in which pain arises from inflammation of joints between the ribs and the breast bone at the front of the chest.

10 facts you may not already know about frozen shoulder.

10 Facts About Frozen Shoulder

10 facts you may not already know about frozen shoulder. Who gets it, what is it like and how can it be treated?

As conservative healthcare providers, we are often seen as – and often see ourselves as – purely manual therapy specialists.  Hands on treatment has its place. Its job is to get you moving correctly so that you can then reinforce and strengthen that movement by doing the movement!

Treatment is a Band-Aid

As conservative healthcare providers, we are often seen as – and often see ourselves as – purely manual therapy specialists. Hands on treatment has its place. Its job is to get you moving correctly so that you can then reinforce and strengthen that movement by doing the movement!

A tear of the plantar plate can occur due to excessive strain or overload. Most commonly, tears develop in your second toe as that metatarsal is the longest which takes a load and increases the stress.

Your Glutes Are Not Firing!

Here at 4DHP, we are guilty of saying this to a lot of our patients, and most practitioners and coaches that we work with are too. What do we mean and how do you fix it?

We’ve all been there.  You’ve just gotten yourself back into the gym or training, motivation is high and you are following your training schedule religiously. Or you’ve been consistent with training and the results are coming through – then all of a sudden, the dreaded injury!

Training Through Musculoskeletal Injury

We’ve all been there. You’ve just gotten yourself back into the gym or training, motivation is high and you are following your training schedule religiously. Or you’ve been consistent with training and the results are coming through – then all of a sudden, the dreaded injury!

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