Do you have an office job or one that requires you to sit for long periods of time? Or maybe even requires you to sit for the entire day? If you do, you are probably also familiar with the stress that puts on your body, such as back and neck pains.
Pausing to appreciate the unexpected ripple effects of movement can help motivate us on days we feel uninspired or lethargic.
Are you someone that has been dealing with knee pain that affects you daily? Conditions like these can affect people at any time and age.
When a disc in your lower spine bulges or tears, you may feel pain in your lower back and/or your leg. Here are 3 unique signs of a herniated or protruding disc to help you identify the underlying cause of your lower back problem.
It can feel overwhelming when you’re trying to make time for exercise. Here are some tips to get moving everyday.
Tendons are what connect muscles to bones. Find out common ways to strengthen and avoid injury.
Article featured on MedicineNet Dr. Kim Huffman, an avid runner, gets a fair amount of guff from friends about the impact that her favorite exercise has on her body. “People all the time tell me, ‘Oh, you wait until you’re 60. Your knees are going to hate you for it’,” Huffman said. “And I’m like, ‘That’s ridiculous’.” […]
6 common causes of why your neck might be in pain.
Osteoarthritis (OA) causes inflammation in the joints and the breakdown and gradual loss of joint cartilage. As the cartilage wears down, a person experiences pain and difficulty with movement.
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