Challenging health professionals and physiotherapists around the world is the chronic low back pain thousands face. Even the simple management of this issue is challenging everyone today. However, there is evidence that a multidisciplinary approach to managing this pain will be the key to helping everyone.
This infographic explores all the reasons pain can persist and become chronic for some people. It also gives an introduction to a biopsychological way to manage lower back pain.
Muscle pain is a highly common affliction, especially if you are physically active. In fact, muscle pain may become such an integral part of your active lifestyle that you simply ignore it, brushing it off as a natural consequence of staying in shape. However, chronic and debilitating muscle pain is not normal, nor should it […]Read More (0)
While the term Femoroacetabular is quite a mouthful, it is just the clinical name for your hip joint, where the neck of your femur (the long bone of your upper leg) meets the acetabulum of your pelvis. Put simply it is the ball-and-socket complex that makes up your hip joint. In a healthy person, the […]Read More (0)