Chiropractic medicine focuses on musculoskeletal and nervous system disorders. Care is directed mainly at reducing back, neck and joint pain, as well as headaches.
Armadillo Sports Chiropractic Dr. Chad Peters and his wife, Nikki Viersen own Armadillo Sports Chiropractic here in Corpus Christi. Chad and Nikki both are well known by most of our clients here at Your Personal Best. If you have spent any time with them, you will find them not only professional and knowledgeable but […]
Rest-Ice-Compression-Elevation Courtesy of the National Athletic Trainers Alliance R = Rest Resting an injured area is necessary to allow the body time to get the effects of the trauma under control and avoid additional stress and damage to the injured tissue. The period of rest required will vary depending on the severity of the injury […]
Ice or Heat? Should you use Ice or Heat for Pain and Inflammation? By Lisa Wright, CFT-LCI The following guidelines may help you sort it out. Acute and Chronic Pain There are two basic types of athletic injuries: acute and chronic. Acute Pain is of rapid onset and short-lived. Chronic Pain develops slowly and is […]
Many of you remember Beverly as having worked as an intern for Your Personal Best Training Studio back in the winter and spring of 2010. She then opened her own private personal training studio in Austin, TX. Beverly is one my favorite people, a best friend, we mentor one another physically, emotionally and spiritually and […]
An Interview with Carla R. Mancari For Christmas 2011 we gave many of our clients Diet for the Soul in response to the need in many of their lives to find “quiet time”. As we continuously push our aging client base to be more active and achieve balance in their lives, we also wish encourage […]
As we continuously push our aging client base to be more active, we want to provide the best information we can for them and our readers. Industry leader of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery and cycling friend, Dr. Al Kline recently allowed an interview with us. A big thank you to him for allowing us […]
Why do we usually train the core from the floor? Most people don’t spend the majority of their days on the floor, nor is it common to get injured from lying down or watching television.
A very timely question, we have been asked frequently around the Studio these days. Now that the holidays are over, we are all trying to get back to our healthier eating and drinking routines. No doubt around the holidays most of us indulged a bit more than we usually do. More parties, dinners and socializing. […]
by Lisa Wright, CFT, LCI …and take this quiz from Fitness Magazine To change your body would mean to experience a sense of physical or emotional difference in appearance or feeling. For many reasons, you may have come to believe that you NEED to make a change and you just don’t. Fear may be a […]