Here's why you should get ballin':
A stability ball works your abs way more than regular crunches do. Plus, use it in place of a bench for strength moves and your core gets a workout — you'll engage your deep obliques and lower-back muscles to stay in place.
Posted by Juliet Gould @ Tuesday, January 19, 2016 @ 09:13am
The disks throughout the spine help you break up every last spinal vertebra. All the disks can help construct a little opening for any of the nerves that many go away from the spinal cord to additional areas of the body. All the opening enables the nerve fiber to never be squeezed and in addition the same vertebral disks support in shock reduction. Gravity might yet pull individuals straight down with each of your spinal vertebrae and also its particular disks. That will come up when walking around and furthermore being seated all day long.
You may be suffering from aches or pains in the neck or back, which is common. Sports injuries crop up every now and again when you overdo things at the gym and this needs to be attended to before things get serious. There are many reasons why one would want to go to a physiotherapist. However, knowing where to go can often be a nightmare, who do you trust, who will offer the best treatment?
Posted by Tom Peary @ Monday, October 19, 2015 @ 01:57am
There are many reasons why people visit chiropractors today. The most common of those is back pain. There was a study done in 2010 that used over 2500 patients with lower back pain regarding chiropractic treatment of that pain.
Posted by Tom Peary @ Tuesday, September 08, 2015 @ 03:52am
Tired of coming home from work with debilitating back pain that sends you straight to the couch? Sitting for long periods of time causes certain muscles to tighten and shorten in length, creating a single muscle imbalance which then off-sets the opposing muscles and ultimately pushes the entire musculoskeletal system into disarray. Here’s the good news for posture pain sufferers
Posted by Tom Peary @ Monday, August 03, 2015 @ 05:35am
It’s a tough world out there: sitting through long commute and work hours, standing and walking on hard surfaces. Faced with these daily work/life balance challenges, it’s not surprising that at least 80% of Americans will experience back pain at least once in their lives.