The muscles of your lower back are responsible for movement, postural control and support. They work alongside your bones and ligaments to allow for functional movements and keep you upright throughout the day. When these lower back muscles are sustained in an awkward position, experience an unexpected movement or are overexerted they can tighten, whichContinue reading “#1 Guide For Personal Training For People With Back Injuries”
It is estimated that 1 in 6 Australians have lower back pain. There are many factors which may result in lower back pain, one of the most common being muscle spasm. A muscle spasm is an involuntary contraction of your muscles. This can result in a loss of range, pain at the site of theContinue reading “6 Stretches to Help With Lower Back Muscle Spasm Pain”
According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare:
-In Australia 2015, back problems were the 2nd leading cause of disease burden.
-In Australia 2017-18, 1 in 6 Australians had back problems.
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