Chronic Shoulder & Neck Pain: Upper Crossed Syndrome By Cate Airoldi. The clients that I see at Siskiyou Massage are generally very diverse as far as their treatment goals are concerned. Within the last month however, I’ve noticed an increase in volume of clients experiencing neck
Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness: The Second Day Hurts the Worst. By Scott Toll. I have often noted the interesting fact that my body’s muscles and joints hurt more on the second day than they do on the day right after a hard workout. It never made sense to me, but I have definitely noti
The Privilege of Falling Down By Scott Toll I fell down the other day at the 60-mile mark of the 110-mile Rogue Flahute endurance road cycling ride! This challenging event navigates along many of the most beautiful paved, or graveled country roads located within our immediate Valley.
Thoughts on a Beautiful Spring Morning By Erika Meidl New life everywhere Scents and colors harmonize In April gardens We are so fortunate to have Master Gardener, Jenny Kuehnle, care for our grounds here at Siskiyou Massage; she designs constant surprises for us—from the most
Thoughts on Massage, Physical Therapy, & the Origins of Pain by Cate Airoldi, LMT As many of my clients and co-workers know, I have recently begun coursework toward a DPT (Doctor of Physical Therapy) degree. This will be a several years long process for me, but I have already beg