Author: Sarah Searle

Our health and wellbeing are in many ways defined by our patterns of sleep. Just as our body regulates our daily drinking, breathing and eating habits, the same is true for sleep. If you are getting enough high-quality sleep at the right times it can...

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that impacts the bone and cartilage within the joint. The ends of our joints are cushions by smooth, rubbery connective tissue called cartilage. The role of this cartilage is to create a smooth and easy movement of the bones...

One of the most common causes of “runners’ knee” ITB Syndrome or the iliotibial band syndrome accounts for approximately 20% of injuries attributed to overuse in runners. The ITB is a band of fascia which stems from the gluteus maximus and Tensor Fascia Latae muscles...

Young athletes and adults are pushing themselves harder than ever before. Striving for the perfect body shape, elite strength, speed and technique. The harder we work the more important it is to take the time to properly plan to avoid injury and recover efficiently. Thankfully, there is...

It's important to understand what to do when acute injury strikes. In the first 72 hours of certain injuries, it can be incredibly effective to ice the area. There is a chemical that causes muscles to contract and activate pain responses cause acetylcholine. Ice is...