Back surgery is a serious event which can leave you immobilized and in pain, or nervous about getting back to physical activity, even if it could be the best thing for you.
Striking abdominal muscles is a trait that many fitness fanatics want and with so many effective exercises it might be easy to overlook the impact it has on other body parts.
Are you one of millions of Americans who's turned off of exercise because of knee and joint pain? There is an alternative way that you can still workout, lose weight, and be healthy without enduring knee pain.
By knowing the most common injuries, their causes, and their treatments, you can avoid them or at least lessen the downtime in your fitness plan. According to Dr. Rogers,a leading fitness expert, over 79% of school sports injuries result from overuse.
A study by the American Massage Therapy Association found in 2001 that massage therapy is a legitimate aid for lower back pain relief and an effect adjunct to lower back treatments.
Core exercise should develop all of the muscles surrounding the spine, including but not limited to the abs, but back muscles too. In this article you will find the essentials for an effective core workout.
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham tell us that older people need to work out more often to maintain muscle mass. The only solution for older people is regular, low-impact exercise. Fortunately, there are a variety of routines.
Just in July 2011 three researchers associated with Loyola University in Chicago announced a new understanding of how exercise, more specifically "forced exercise," relieves pain.
There are few health problems more common than back pain. Back injuries and back pain are the leading cause of workplace disabilities. Next to the common cold, back pain is the second most common cause of days lost from work.
Sciatic nerve is a largest nerve present in the body that runs from lower part of the back to the leg. Sciatica is a condition affecting the sciatic nerve and can cause pain anywhere from the back to the toes of the feet.