Some recommended back pain exercises may be preventing your recovery. Knee hugs and knee rocks etc can all put more strain on the lower back.
Are you experiencing pins and needle sensations in the feet, toes or legs? There can be many different causes of this – find out more!
If you’ve got back pain, doing any kind of exercise might feel out of reach for you. We hear so often from people who feel they need to wait to get started with rehabilitation until they feel better, but the right exercises will help you achieve relief!
Bad posture is such a common problem we see at the clinic, but what can you do to resolve it? Can bad posture really lead to developing back pain down the line?
Getting around your daily tasks without aggravating your back pain can be a real concern if you’re currently going through the rehabilitation process. Today we’re talking about how you can do certain activities safely, as well as principles to bear in mind when you’re going about your day!
We frequently see people in the clinic who suffer with back pain who also have hypermobility. If you do have more flexible than normal joints, you can experience more severe back pain and have a tougher time rehabilitating the problem. Typically you’ll need to compensate for looser joints by strengthening your body more than average.