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. Pain Behind the Knee: Why It Hurts & How To Get Relief. Knee pain can come in many forms, and pain behind the knee can be a tricky one to diagnose as this type of pain can result from a variety of sources. The best way to determine the cause of pain behind your knee is to have a comprehensive evaluation by a physical therapist. They can identify your source of pain and determine the best course of care to get you relief. Why it hurts?. The knee is a highly complex structure and therefo...
Posted on 2018-05-07
. Tips for Returning to Sports From a Shoulder Injury. The shoulder is a one of the largest and most complex joints in the human body. The rotator cuff is a collection of tendons and muscles that surround the shoulder joint, support it, and enable fluid movement. All of the shoulder components work together in perfect harmony to maintain shoulder stability and protect it from injury such as tendonitis and/or tears. Unfortunately, shoulder injuries still happen, especially in athletes due to ov...
Posted on 2018-05-04
Simple Exercises to Strengthen Your Back & Core. Besides the aesthetic attributes, the benefits of having a strong back and core are numerous; but more importantly, they are a must for optimum health as they are key to preventing injuries and back pain. Core Exercises. The right exercise regime goes beyond the visual and deals with the neglected muscles as well. Core muscles go way beyond abs, consisting of 29 pairs of muscles. This complex structure is crucial in protecting the spine as ...
Posted on 2018-05-01
. Can Bad Posture Cause Back Pain?. Most of us don’t think much about the importance of good posture as we spend hours sitting at the office and working with our head bent forward toward our laptop. Often, we take the health of our entire spine for granted until something goes wrong. Poor posture puts stress on the spine and limits the flow of blood and healthy nutrients to soft tissues. Over time this can cause anatomical changes, which can lead to issues with muscles and joints, and u...
Posted on 2018-04-29
. How To Treat a Hip Flexor Injury from Running. Your hip flexor muscles are a group of muscles that help to propel you while you’re running. Pain or injury to this group of muscles can negatively affect your running and can even limit your ability to perform otherwise simple tasks such as squatting, kneeling, and climbing stairs.  Anatomy of the Hip Flexors . The hip flexor muscles move the thigh forward and up by contracting when you walk or run. There are a number of hip f...
Posted on 2018-04-27
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