Back pain is a serious epidemic in the United States and abroad. It is estimated by the American Chiropractic Association that about half of Americans report having back pain each and every year. That doesn’t include cases which go unreported or are not ostensibly for dealing with such pain.
Fortunately, back pain can be ameliorated in a number of non-invasive ways. This infographic will show the ways for preventing and relieving back pain.
Low back pain is one of the most common medical complaints of adults world-wide, yet it is often non-specific in nature, meaning that specific structural causes are often difficult to detect. Moreover, low back pain often comes and goes, or worsens and gets better, without explanation. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is often used in the […]Read More (0)
Background Likely as a result of continuous running and cutting while playing field hockey, a 25 year-old female experienced a plantar fascia tear. The tear was discovered via diagnostic imagining after the athlete had been suffering from painful plantar fasciitis for approximately six months. Goals for Rehabilitation After undergoing surgery in order to repair the […]Read More (0)