Soreness and Pain: What’s the Difference?

No matter how frequently you visit the gym or how regularly you exercise, you are still vulnerable to muscle pain and soreness after. Most of the time, people think that their muscles become sore after working out because the exercises are working for their bodies. In...

TeleHealth Physical Therapy – PT Everywhere!

A message came into @dockristianpt’s Instagram account around 3:44am on Thursday. The question came from someone who was experiencing a lot of pain: “Hey, how are you? I have a medical question. Last evening I just moved my head a bit and felt sharp pain through the...

Do’s And Don’ts For Si Dysfunction And Yoga

Generally speaking, yoga and physical therapy are some of the safest treatments for conditions such as Sacroiliac Dysfunction.   However, there will always be dos and don’ts in doing yoga for SI dysfunction. As the cliche goes, things done in excess are bad- and that...

Global Employee Health And Fitness Month 2021

The month of May is not only a preparation for the upcoming summer season but for Wellness, it’s a month to celebrate the Global Employee Health and Fitness Month. This might not get so much attention to workers but for us Health promoters and company owners it is an...

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction and How Yoga Helps

Sacroiliitis or most commonly known as sacroiliac joint dysfunction is the term physicians and other medical experts used to describe the pain that patients feel in the sacroiliac joint area. To be honest, the sacroiliac joint syndrome is a difficult condition to...

The Cobra Stretch

With the high demands of work and family life, it’s so easy for us to be immersed and get lost in those daily activities. Many people are too busy to spare some time to exercise. But keep in mind that exercises are very important for health and it helps us prevent...