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.
Your ankles play an important role in movement and stabilization of your entire body, and injury is not only painful but can be severely debilitating. Poor ankle function can limit your ability to walk, run and jump, and an unstable ankle can set you up for an injurious fall. In addition to contributing to movement, […]Read More (0)
Chronic shoulder pain from rotator cuff tendinosis is difficult to ignore, and it may keep you from performing even the most basic tasks. The longer it goes on, the more it interferes with your quality of life, making it difficult to carry out simple activities of daily living that you once took for granted. In […]Read More (0)