Lower back pain is highly common and, due to the number of potential causes, often difficult to diagnose. Many people with back pain experience other symptoms that may help indicate the cause. Back and thigh pain can co-existent and are often related. It is easier to understand neurological causes of pain by referring to a […]
Much of the world’s population suffers from lower back pain. Lower back pain is not strictly an American phenomenon. Back pain is a widespread phenomenon that has real effects on people’s lives. Muscle Imbalances…..
A physiotherapist could be a great resource for your path to recovery. They are often trained in the latest developments in recovery, non surgical approaches to painful conditions and methods that correct bio-mechanical imbalances.
Physical fitness is one factor that can reduce lower back pain. Pain is often caused by a lack of muscle conditioning. The core muscle group, consisting of the abdominal, pelvic, hip and lower back muscles, is responsible for supporting the spine’s alignment and the weight of the upper body. This study supports the long-established reasoning that muscle conditioning contributes to decreased lower back pain.