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Safety Tips for Walking

Safety Tips for Walking

Safety Tips for Walking

Safety Tips for Walking Good Footwork As you walk, place your foot down lightly. Do not slap or slam it down. Make sure that your foot comes in contact with the ground in a heel-then-toe progression. It may seem that when taking large steps you are covering more distance, however when landing the energy of […]



MolecuLight-iX-Wound-Care_EUCAN_Rev-1.0 New technology Real-Time Detection of Asymptomatic Bioburden in Wounds Use of the MolecuLight i:X to image for bacterial fluorescence, in conjunction with clinical signs & symptoms, adds an additional bacterial-specific piece of information that can be captured and considered in real-time. Real-Time Detection of Asymptomatic Bioburden in Wounds Accurate wound assessment is essential when determining the […]

Terapia de ondas de choque extracorpóreas (ESWT)

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) reduces cell death. Apoptosis is the medical term for the body’s natural rate of cell death. It can also be thought of as “cell turnover.” Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) brings cell turnover levels to normal in several disease states. If you experience the often excruciating pain of Plantar Fasciitis you want […]

Important Stretches for Fitness Walking

Important Stretches for Walking

  Important Stretches for Walking: When preparing to walk, it is important to perform stretches that target the following muscles:  Quadriceps,  hip flexors,  calves,  glutes,  lower back and hamstrings. The above mentioned muscles are the key muscles used when walking for fitness. Make sure to stretch both sides. You should dedicate about 10-15 minutes to […]