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As important as knowing what to do when you have lower back pain, is knowing what not to do to in order to avoid further pain or re-injury… Continue Reading
There is a lot of misinfomation on back pain. Here are three common back pain myths. Continue Reading
Sitting is not a healthy activity for the back. However, there are certain ergonomic changes you can make to lessen the impact sitting has on your spine … Continue Reading
Stomach gripping (or clinically known as ‘the hourglass syndrome’) is a common dysfunction which can be an underlying factor in many pain syndromes. It occurs due to too much tension in the upper abdominals and dysfunction of the diaphragm (the muscle that sits under your lungs). Continue Reading
“I first attended due to pain in my lower back that I had had for over a year. It was my last resource, as I had tried a lot of things before but it was definitely the best thing for me. I felt listened to and taken seriously and I’m now more or less pain free. I can now do all the things I like again, like dancing and walking. That’s just great!