If you work in an office every day for hours on end, then you know quite well the particular type of back pain your activity often brings.
You’ve likely felt the consequences of sleeping in the wrong position before. You can wake up sore, or even in full-blown pain simply because your body was not sleeping in its most optimal position.
Dealing with back pain can be quite a frustrating ordeal since it can sometimes seem like everything you do ends up making the pain worse.
Text Neck is a term for the position many of us reside in when looking down at our mobile devices. It is a position characterized as tilting the head forward, having rounded shoulders, and a slumped back.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition caused by pressure applied to the median nerve. The carpal tunnel is a small path located on the palm side of your hand. When there’s compression to the median nerve, this can create certain mobility issues and even pain.
The immune system is extremely complex, and it can be difficult for non-medical professionals to wrap their heads around how it works.
Even pro runners aren’t exempt from experiencing the dreaded knee pain. Even with the right running shoes and proper technique, runners can often experience soreness or full-blown pain in their knees.
While it’s not hard to access chiropractic services, and there is a lot more information about it, many people still have a lot of misconceptions about visiting a chiropractor.
No matter if you’re young or more mature, very active, or usually bound to a desk for hours on end, you could be dealing with tight hips. With more than 20 muscles in this area, it’s actually very easy to experience various forms of thickness in this area that could even affect your mobility.
Lower back pain is a condition you often hear about, with people trying different methods to relieve it, some more successful than others. Because lower back pain is a common symptom for multiple conditions, it’s hard to pinpoint a treatment that will work on everyone, but there are certain things you can do to increase your mobility and reduce the pain in the area.
For many people, working on the computer all day, driving for extended periods, using the phone for hours at a time, or sleeping in an awkward position can lead to a stiff neck. This kind of pain is very annoying and can easily keep you from doing things you want to do, like exercise, rest comfortably or move around normally.
Sciatica is one of the most well-known conditions related to back pain, and many people tend to diagnose themselves with it just because their back pain extends to their legs. But, there's more to this condition than just that. To shed light on this subject, we will talk about what sciatica is and how to determine if you really have it or not.