Dry needling involves sticking thin needles (filiform needles) into one’s muscle tissues in order to treat tight and painful muscle knots, aka trigger points. Muscle knots can develop from many things such as overuse of a muscle, trauma, poor posture, improper lifting technique and more. [Read more…] about What is Dry Needling? Does It Work For Pain Relief?
The Erector Spinae are a group of muscles in your back that commonly become overactive and tight.
In this article, we’ll show you 3 Erector Spinae stretches you can do from home.
Chest muscles (Your pecs) often get very tight on individuals. Tightness in chest muscles is usually caused by sitting slouched in front of a computer, and can lead to rounded shoulders and forward head posture.
In this article, we’re going to go over three different ways to stretch your pecs.
In this article we present the top 10 ways to relieve lower back pain using natural methods. The key is to target back pain from all the different angles including: ergonomics, posture, exercise, sleep and mental health. [Read more…] about How To Relieve Lower Back Pain
The traditional Plank exercise is great for core strength and many people are familiar with it, but many folks struggle to do it correctly. Commonly, people have the positioning wrong, or they feel it in the wrong places such as their legs or lower back. This is why we have included 4 plank variations below, which make them easier and safer to do.
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