Stress can often be hard to manage and it can be the cause of your neck and back pain or it can magnify your neck or back pain. “Stress-induced neck pain is defined as pain that is either triggered or worsened by psychological or emotional factors.” Spine Health gives Six tips for dealing with stress… Read More How #stress triggers pain
Golf is a sport that is prone to injury. No mater how long you have been involved in the sport the more likely it is that you will injure yourself. It is most likely reason for injuring your self is inappropriately swing the golf club. Professional golfers commonly injure the wrist, followed by the back, hand, shoulder,… Read More Understanding Golf Injuries and How to Prevent Them
What is chronic Pain? It is pain that has persisted for more than six months although in some definitions it is considered chronic if it is over three months. To confuse maters more you could have acute exacerbation’s of a chronic pain condition that seem short lived but the chronic condition is an underling-factor in… Read More Treating chronic pain, what is it and what can I do?
Common postural abnormalities include rotations distortions and anterior or posterior distortions. Examples of these are anterior head tilt, tilting of the pelvis, thorax and head and rotational distortions of the pelvis thorax and neck. Posture distortions fatigue and abnormal loading on the joints, discs, muscles and other connective tissues. Posture problems aren’t self-correcting and unfortunately… Read More POSTURE PROBLEMS
The physiology of pain can often be complicated. The bottom line is that pain is all in your head and is also based on your life experiences. Pain is also the bodies last warning system that something is wrong and often comes after months or even years of dysfunction. So what is pain? Pain… Read More The Physiology of Pain
In this post you will find a description of tendinitis (informally also tendonitis) its causes and contributing factors. Simply put tendinitis is an inflammation of a tendon. It occurs when there is an injury, a tear, of the tendon or over use which involves micro tearing of the tendon. The healing time of these… Read More The anatomy of Tendinitis