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Dr. Arnan Sisson, PT Many cyclists suffer from chronic knee pain, and everyone wants to reduce knee pain when cycling. It may have started off as a twinge, a slight feeling of discomfort, but that can develop into regular, constant pain that stops you from enjoying cycling – and could even lead to surgery. Whatever your level of cycling – a weekend social rider, a commuter heading to and from work, a member of a local cycling group, or a professional cyclist, remember that kne...
Posted on 2024-06-24
BY DR. ARNAN SISSON Believe it or not, the brain is not very smart! Sounds crazy, but in many ways this is true. It tries to find ways to do its work more easily. This is often done through a process called Biofeedback, and simply put this is just when the brain looks at the environment to determine how to act and feel. So, this can have huge effects on us feeling happy or even being pretty depressed. A recent study by the folks at UCLA has demonstrated that we can actually use Biofeedback t...
Posted on 2024-06-21
Are you one of the many who find their summer activities are sometimes interrupted by nagging hip pain? As we gear up for the warmer months, the prospect of enjoying outdoor adventures and quality time with loved ones can be overshadowed by discomfort. Whether you’re an avid runner, a dedicated walker, or someone who loves to play in the garden and keep up with the kids and grandkids, hip pain after running, walking, or engaging in physical activities can put a damper on your plans. A...
Posted on 2024-06-17
Dr. Arnan Sisson, PT Gardening in the spring and summer – as you’ll be doing right now – can cause problems: But how can you prevent back pain when gardening? It’s a common issue many people, especially those aged 65+, can suffer from. Gardening works many muscles and joints, involving a wide range of motions (standing, bending over, crouching, leaning, stretching, and lifting). But just because we are 65+, this doesn’t mean that we should stop doing the thin...
Posted on 2024-06-10
Dr. Arnan Sisson, PT|  Swimming is a great daily habit that keeps your joints supple and muscles loose, but is swimming good for you if you suffer from shoulder pain? It’s great for your heart and lungs and above all, it maintains your independence and adds social interaction to your routine. It’s important – like it is in any sport you might do on a regular basis – to vary your training, otherwise, shoulder aches and pains are inevitable. It’s not possi...
Posted on 2024-06-03
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