An ancestral viewpoint allows practitioners to gain insight into how the human body is designed to be optimized.
As much as we don't want to enable bad habits, we'd much rather have a solution that fits within our patient's lifestyle then a system that is just never used.
Lightweight, low profile knee braces can bridge the gap between having to take time off from activity indefinitely, and maintaining an appropriate level of movement while addressing the root cause of the injury.
The human body is a complex organism that is principally designed to interact with our physical environment on a constant, highly variable way.
At SoleFit, we receive many questions from concerned parents about the health and development of their children's feet and legs.
Improving our movement starts with ungluing bad patterns and habits that occur in the workplace, through repetitive activities or from our own personal history of injury, sport or sadly, neglect.
Many know the importance of what types of food we put in our bodies. However, we often don't consider the importance of what we put on our skin in our attempts to clean and moisturize.
In our clinic we frequently encounter individuals with chronic joint conditions which have resulted in a diagnosis of osteoarthritis (OA).
As specialists who deal with many lower leg conditions, we have certainly seen our fair share of plantar fasciitis. In plain terms, plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the fibrous fascia underneath the foot.
A couple weeks ago, SoleFit presented a seminar on fat adaptation entitled 'Is Fat the New Fast'.