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Alignment Insights By Carol Robbins

Broken Ankle! (or Here We Go Again)

So most of you know by now, on July 19 during a MovNat class, I took a wrong step and ended up breaking my tibia in two places, and fibula in one (called a tri-malleolar fracture) and dislocated my talus (the upper most bone in the foot which fits snugly between the two aforementioned bones). Ju Continue Reading...

A-Sailing We Will Go

Restorative Exercise for Sailors I recently went sailing on my husband’s boat and realized two things; I get seasick and sailing is hard. I’ve given my husband a fair share of ribbing for taking on a sport that you can do sitting down whilst drinking a beer, but the truth is, you need to Continue Reading...

Asymmetries

Asymmetries - do you got 'em? Do you need to fix 'em? If so, how? The answer to the first question is yes. You are born asymmetrical, your organs are not centered, you have one foot bigger than the other (and maybe one hand). Your face is asymmetrical, maybe your nose is crooked and you have eyes Continue Reading...

Are You Prone to Ankle Sprains?

The ankle joint is comprised of three bones: the two bones of the lower leg, tibia and fibula and the top bone of the foot, the talus. Talus is an interesting bone because of all the bones in the body, it is the only one without any muscle attachments. Therefore, its role is a weight bearing one. Continue Reading...

Elbow Rehab – and some thoughts on pain

[caption id="attachment_1874" align="aligncenter" width="504"] The chip can be seen on the right side, the slightly darker area on the small bone on the right (the radius) is the broken area, with the chip and a crack.[/caption] It’s been 4 weeks since the fall that ended in a radial head fract Continue Reading...