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What to Look for in a Chiropractor

It’s safe to say that chiropractors as a whole get a bad wrap. The typical perception of a chiropractor is that you’re going to get your “back-cracked” and have to keep coming back for life. Listen there are good and bad people in every profession. So what makes a chiropractor good at what they do? How do you know you

Working Off the Cookies

Here at the Daniel Island Health Club we understand that a New Year usually means new fitness goals. If you have read our articles in the past, you probably understand that we are always preaching “good form”. Just to reiterate; any acute or chronic injury that is non-traumatic in nature, is a byproduct of using your body wrong over time.…

Is Your Knee Pain Actually Coming From Your Knees?

Everyone at some point in their life has had knee pain. Most commonly, this pain is at the front of the knee and may hurt walking up and down stairs. Knee pain comes and goes but it is a huge sign that biomechanically, something isn’t right. The knee is considered a “stable joint” because its plane of motion is mostly…

Golf, Baseball, & Tennis

We see people all the time come in because of an “overuse” injury from these three sports. Rotational sports are the hardest to master biomechanically because all 3 planes of motion must be used synergistically. The problem is that most people don’t know how to use areas of their body efficiently to generate force. If this happens then compensation and…

The Dissonance Between Training and Games

How much should an athlete train vs. play their sport? What do you think is more important? Well, the first question really should be, what are your goals? If it is just to have fun playing a sport, then games and practice shoulder be your focus. If your goal is to go to college or beyond for your sport, the…

Why a 6-pack Does Not Indicate a Stable Core

We all know that America is only getting more technologically advanced. Technology has advanced the human experience dramatically in terms of mental stimulation and intelligence. Physically the opposite is true, for the most part. 

Sedentary Lifestyle 

The sedentary lifestyle that has evolved is inevitable. Being in any position for a prolonged period of time forces adaptation to the position. One