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What is a Baker’s Cyst?

What is a Baker’s Cyst?

| July 23, 2011 | 2 Comments

Imagine my surprise when the lump on the back of my leg behind the knee was diagnosed as a baker’s cyst. What the heck is that? Symptoms of a Baker’s Cyst I had worked particularly hard in my last spinning class. The tension was turned full tilt as I did a seated climb up an […]

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The Ankle Bone is Connect to the Hand Bone?

The Ankle Bone is Connect to the Hand Bone?

| September 28, 2010 | 0 Comments

Over the summer I fractured a bone in my ankle.  I was doing some yard work, stepped in a gopher hole, twisted my ankle, fractured a bone and I was out of commission for about a month or so. Before fracturing my ankle, I was involved in laying down decorative rock around the pool, painting […]

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Running Sneakers for Walking, Swimming Shoes for Running?

Running Sneakers for Walking, Swimming Shoes for Running?

| June 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

Admittedly I’m early in the running barefoot game, but I’ve got to say that running in my water shoes is a pleasure. After the initial shock to the system of using foot and lower leg muscles that have been dormant for quite some time, my body seems to be adapting nicely to the change; no […]

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Tensor Fasciae Latae Pain – Was it the Sneakers?

Tensor Fasciae Latae Pain – Was it the Sneakers?

| May 16, 2010 | 0 Comments

My last post I wrote about my painful tensor fasciae latae muscle (my daughter calls it my mocha latte muscle). Anyway, I won’t reinvent the wheel here, if you want to hear my tale of woe you could read it here. Painful Progress It’s been a 10 days since writing about the painful muscle. Since […]

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What is a Tensor Fasciae Latae and Why does Mine Hurt?

What is a Tensor Fasciae Latae and Why does Mine Hurt?

| May 6, 2010 | 144 Comments

I recently had the dubious pleasure of discovering a new muscle in my body. The muscle is called the Tensor Fasciae Latae. This lovely little muscle is located in the hip area. If you haven’t discovered yours, count yourself lucky. How I discovered My Tensor Fasciae Latae I started running again. I decided to get […]

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