It’s common for runners to experience lower back pain. There are several causes for this but one of the main reasons is poor Glute activation. In this video Dr. David Oliver explains this in detail. [Read more…] about Lower Back Pain From Running (Why It Happens)
Back Pain Relief (General)
Learn about common back pain relief techniques including: Exercises, Stretches, and Self massage.
Here are 5 stretches to do at your desk to improve your posture and get rid of any aches or pains. You can do these at your computer office desk everyday. [Read more…] about 5 Easy Desk Stretches
As we move towards occupations that require us to sit longer and move less, back pain and other musculoskeletal pain seem to be on the rise.
In one study office workers were asked to sit for 2 hours at a computer as their discomfort level was measured throughout this time. The results showed that discomfort increased significantly over time across the entire body – but low back pain was reported to have increased the most. [Read more…] about Lower Back Pain When Sitting? Causes & Treatment Options
If you’ve ever felt pain in your tailbone while sitting, you’ve experienced what is known as Coccydynia (medical term).
Tailbone pain (Coccydynia) is a painful condition that can be debilitating in some cases. While tailbone pain can be annoying and disruptive to your life, most cases resolve within a few weeks to months. In the meantime, there are a variety of things you can try to minimize your symptoms, which we will outline below. [Read more…] about Tailbone Pain When Sitting – DIY Relief & Exercises
In our 7 safe exercises for herniated disc article we cover some of the exercises we recommend for you to try, but in this article (below) we list several herniated disc exercises to avoid, as well as some of the main activities one should not do with a herniated disc. Please note, these are applicable to a bulging disc also. [Read more…] about Herniated Disc/Bulging Disc Exercises To Avoid