If you were to take 7500 daily steps over the course of 80 years, you would rack up over 219 million paces in your lifetime. That’s a lot of work for two knees.
Have you ever sprinted for a backhand only to have a back spasm stop you in your tracks? Maybe you’ve been nursing spinal discomfort but it’s affecting your serve and smash? Back pain is common in tennis players; your sport might be causing, or making your pain worse.
If you’re looking for an activity that has an array of health benefits, consider taking up swimming. It’s a low-cost, low-impact, and relaxing activity that provides a full body workout.
As anyone with lower back pain will know, it can take time to find the best sleeping position. But is the one you found comfortable and beneficial?
Most people know they should stretch their muscles before they exercise, but what happens if you stretch all the time?
If you make a conscious effort to stretch all your muscles throughout the day, not just before or after you exercise, you may discover some surprising benefits.
Many people think sciatica is a medical condition that describes back and leg pain. There are misconceptions around the causes and how to treat it with many believing there’s a “one size fits all” approach to alleviating it.
Around the world, chiropractors are using over 100 adjustment techniques to alleviate pain, enhance joint function, and reduce inflammation. What are they doing for you?
If you suffer from chronic pain, you may think no one understands how you feel. But, did you know one in five Australians are suffering from it too, and even more in the over-65 age bracket?