Friday, November 4, 2016
This video explains how we can use an ultrasound-guided injection to help fix adhesive capsulitis, also known as a frozen shoulder
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Raise your hand if you ate too much Halloween candy last night and woke up today feeling sluggish & full of regret.
Ok, I can't see you, but I know you're out there! Here are easy tips to conquer the post-Halloween hangover
Drop that candy bar! (or bag, lollie, etc.)
Eating sugar will make you crave more sugar. Halloween is a holiday, not a holi-week or a holi-month. Don't allow your one-day indulgence to become a new habit. You have 100% control of what you put into your body! Make healthy choices today and in the upcoming weeks.Tip- if you are craving sugar, reach for a piece of raw fruit.
Eat whole foods
Adopt a clean eating diet for the next few days (and preferably longer!). Ditch the processed foods and pick up some real, nutritious foods! A mix of high-fiber vegetables and lean protein will help your body reset after the sugar storm.
Drink more water
Adequate water intake is essential for the body's function, but it's especially important after a day of indulgence. Water will help your body process those treats and absorb the healthy nutrients you put back in!
Increase your exercise
Rev-up your metabolism and sweat out toxins with a high-intensity workout. You'll feel better, have more energy and improve your mood, too!
Get some zzz's
Chances are Halloween festivities and trick-or-treating cut into your sleep time. Make a point to get to bed early tonight and allow your body proper recovery time.