Medical experts estimate that about one of ten individuals will suffer from this painful condition at some point in life.
Approximately 2 million new causes are reported every year. The plantar fascia is band-like flat ligament connecting the bone of your heel to the toes, and walking stretches this ligament. Fasciitis is what medical professionals call a strain that causes the pain. Repeated stress or overuse of ligament is often the culprit of the pain.
Pregnancy can put a great deal of stress on the mother’s body, and sometimes there is long-term damage after the baby is born. One of the more frustrating and challenging after-effects of childbirth is diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA), the separation of the left and right halves of the long rectus abdominis (RA) muscle that forms […]Read More (0)
The average athlete has a much higher level of conditioning today than ever before. The minimum level of performance necessary for success is also higher than ever. The slightest nagging injury can make the difference between being a successful everyday player and riding the bench – or not having a job at all. Originally developed in […]Read More (0)