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As a result of Tiger Woods’ win at the 2018 Players Championship, “Tiger Hysteria” abounds in the golf world again. My interest in this story is not so much about his remarkable comeback, but more about me being able to … Continue reading
A study in the January 2018 edition of the Journal of Biomechanics uncovers a possible key to preventing back pain in runners. The study suggests that runners with weak deep core muscles (quadratus lumborum, psoas major, multifidus, deep erector spinae) … Continue reading
Like any other bone and joint in the body, the large bones of the pelvis and the SI joint can become damaged either through injury or normal wear and tear. The joint can become disrupted or its support ligaments can … Continue reading
Do You Have Sacroiliac (SI) Pain or Dysfunction? The sacroiliac (SI) joint is often overlooked as a source of back pain. Issues with the SI joint can cause pain from the low back down through the lower buttocks … Continue reading
A large crowd gathered on a very stormy winter night to help celebrate the launch of my book The Thunder Bay Art Gallery was the perfect backdrop for the event.
Shortly after Tiger Woods’ back surgery in March of 2014, I wrote a piece on another blog with the above title. I wasn’t concerned about his choosing to have surgery. It sounds like the herniated disc needed to be repaired.I … Continue reading
here is my first post