Back pain is the most common disability for people under the age of 45. Moreover, this is estimated that four out of five people will experience some type of back pain over the course of their lives. Because this is such widespread problem, it`s important to know how to identify, prevent and treat back pain.
Since its advent in the 1980s, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, has been broadly used in medicine for the diagnosis of musculoskeletal conditions. Meanwhile, sonography, while emerging and evolving simultaneously, has taken a back seat to MRI in North America. The reasons for the use of MRI over Sonography have less to do with efficacy, […]Read More (0)
If your six-pack is split down the middle after pregnancy or due to overtraining, you are no doubt willing to try anything to pull it back together. The Internet offers scores of solutions for resolving diastasis rectus abdominis, or DRA, ranging from tips on bracing and binding, to exercises designed to bridge the gap. However, […]Read More (0)