Achilles Tendinitis

Sometimes I experience pain at the back of my heel when I run or go up on my toes or when I try to push off while walking.  It can be a burning or throbbing type pain. You have just described Achilles Tendinitis.   Achilles Tendinitis is an inflammation of the Achilles Tendon or Heel Cord.  […]

Ankle Eversion Injury

When you twist your foot and ankle, you suffer an inversion sprain.  When you twist your foot out you have an eversion injury. While an inversion injury can heal within a few weeks, an eversion injury can be more involved. When you twist your foot out you will feel pain on the inside part of […]

Aerobic Exercise

Continuous exercise that raises your heart rate (the number of times your heart beats per minute) to a level appropriate for your age and maintained for at least 20 minutes is called Aerobic Exercise. During this type of exercise you do not stop the activity for periods of time which would allow your heart rate […]

Ankle Inversion Sprain

The ankle joint is a multi-directional joint that is suspect to ankle sprains.  Remember, sprains are injuries to ligaments. Ligaments connect bone to bone. Usually, an ankle injury is related to a twisting of the foot and ankle. As a matter of fact, the ligament on the outside of the ankle is probably the most […]

Achilles Tendinitis RX

Achilles Tendinitis can cause severe pain while walking, jumping, running or going up on your toes. It can be caused by abnormalities in your foot, a change in your walking pattern, an injury to your calf muscle or decreased flexibility. Sometimes, Achilles Tendinitis can be caused from an ankle sprain or a knee injury.  Your […]

Baking Soda and Honey

Baking Soda and Honey: Remedy that destroys even the most severe disease! It’s medically proven that all sugars are counter-beneficial when it comes to cancer simply because cancer cells feed on sugar. However, this natural remedy combining baking soda and honey or maple syrup acts in a completely different way. For one thing, baking soda […]

Causes of Heart Disease

What causes heart disease?  Your heart is a pump. Its one and only job is to pump blood to the rest of your body.  Your heart has its own system which supplies blood to the heart. This is a set of three major blood vessels, the coronary arteries, and they must receive a strong, steady […]