April 10, 2017
When you experience pains or aches after an intense workout, you’ll need some self massage equipment to help. However, with so many products on the market, it can be difficult to know which are the best ones for you to choose from. Here are the best and most beneficial types of equipment: Massage balls These may look strange but they are perfect for tackling post-gym aches. The spikes are made of rubber and they put pressure on the affected area to relieve tightness. These are recommended for people who need to target pain in more than one muscle group....
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January 15, 2017
Injuries can happen to anyone, and the most common exercise injuries occur due to two reasons. One is poor posture, and the other is too much too soon. During the day we do not take care of our position which weakens the back muscles, and we hurt our back during workout sessions. The other reason is that we try to do too much too soon. We need to understand that we cannot get rid of all the fat in one day. By doing too much in one day, you not only injure our self, but this also sets you...
December 05, 2015
When it comes to foot pain, plantar fasciitis is the most common, accounting for 11-15 percent of all cases treated annually. Sometimes the pain can become intense enough to send you in search of relief and, fortunately, one treatment option exists that can ease your discomfort while potentially keeping you out of the doctor’s office. It is called physio taping. Physio taping, also commonly referred to as kinesio taping, involves using a type of specialized body tape which serves to support your muscles and improve circulation to the injured area. This particular remedy is used often by elite athletes...
June 09, 2015
Are you troubled by chronic, reoccurring back pain? Is it starting to affect your quality of life, hindering your ability to enjoy your favorite activities or even making it impossible for you to earn a living? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you may want to see an osteopath for your back pain. Here are 10 solid reasons why: #1 – A Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) focuses on treating your whole body, not just the problem area, which generally means better results as your entire body is involved in the healing process. #2 –...