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.
If you are physically active in sports or exercise, or if you work at a physically demanding job, you are no stranger to muscle pain. More often than not, you rest it, ice it, pop some NSAIDs and ignore it, and it eventually goes away. Sometimes, however, a muscle strain can put you on the […]Read More (0)
Abdominal diastasis, the separation of the rectus abdominis (six-pack) muscle along the linea alba ligament, is most commonly seen in pregnant and post-partum women. However, diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA) can also occur in people who are overweight and obese, and in people who do strenuous work. It can even occur in fit populations where the […]Read More (0)