While neck pain is common, it’s important to know the symptoms and what the potential causes of neck pain are.
Golf is an excellent form of low-impact aerobic exercise, especially if you walk the course as opposed to using a golf cart. But did you know that golf and lower back pain have an undeniable link?
Lower back pain is by far the most common ailment of golfers, regardless of their age. In fact,
When you were younger, did your parents or teachers urge you to drink your milk for strong bones? They weren’t wrong in doing so! Milk is an excellent source of calcium, with an 8-ounce serving containing about 300 milligrams.
We’ve noticed a trend in all of our most recent blogs; we keep urging you to remain active and add some workouts to your daily routine. While that’s easy for us to say, sometimes it’s hard for those of you suffering from back pain to know which exercises are safe for you to perform.
You may be thinking, “How can motion cause lower back pain? Weren’t humans designed to be in motion?” Yes, humans are meant to be active. But like all well-built machines, sometimes normal use leads to wear and tear.
We’re not, by any means, telling you that in order to be free of lower back pain you must remain motionless.
The holidays are upon us. It’s time to welcome cozy nights filled with friends, family, and plenty of joy. What everyone is hoping not to welcome is holiday back pain. When you think about it, the holidays are a prime time for people to experience back pain.
The holidays knock most people out of their daily routine,
The holiday season is upon us, which means it’s time for food, family, fun, and gifts! Though gift-giving is not the only way to show you care, why not give your friends a healthy gift this year? If you know someone who has been experiencing back pain or would like ideas to help relieve your own back pain,
Fitting in Exercise Over Lunch
We all have been there before — “I’m just too busy to workout.” Between work and family, there’s often little time left for ourselves. It probably doesn’t need to be said, but exercise is important.
When it comes to surgical recovery,
Everyday Habits to Prevent Back Injury and Pain
Each morning, we have a routine. It might include starting off with a hot shower or firing up the coffee maker. Our routines continue throughout the day: we take the same route to work, lunch at noon, favorite TV program at 9:00, and then off to bed.
The possible culprit of your neck pain: your phone
Remember the first time you ever heard of someone getting carpal tunnel syndrome? We’re sure you were surprised to learn that they got it from typing! It was a rarely heard-of affliction mostly due to the insurgence of computers into our daily lives.