Nutrition and Athletic Performance

by sterlingcarter, September 11, 2017

Having treated a variety of athletes from the elite level to the weekend warrior, the same question is often asked, “What should I eat to be the best I can be?” This question was answered back in 2000 and then updated in 2009 with a position statement by the American Dietetic Association, Dietitians of Canada, […]


Physical Therapy for Shoulder Pain

by sterlingcarter, March 1, 2016

SHOULDER HURTING? TRY A NATURAL, CLINICALLY PROVEN, DRUG-FREE SOLUTION Shoulder problems are very common and account for about 15 percent of all of the patients we see in our physical therapy clinic. This isn’t surprising considering the complexity of your shoulder joint. In fact, it is probably better to call it a shoulder complex considering […]