What Does the Treatment of a Lumbar Muscle Spasm Involve?

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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#1 Guide to Flexor Digitorum Pain Relief

What is the flexor digitorum longus? The flexor digitorum longus is a muscle located on the backside of both lower legs, deep below the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles. It is on the medial (inner) side of the tibia bone. The role of the flexor digitorum longus is to flex the second, third, fourth and fifthContinue reading “#1 Guide to Flexor Digitorum Pain Relief”

#1 Guide to Personal Training Clients with Chronic Shoulder Bursitis Injuries

What is Shoulder Bursitis? Shoulder Bursitis refers to the inflammation of the bursa, a fluid-filled sac placed between the bones in joints. The bursa has the role of providing shock absorption at the joints and ensuring the bones pass smoothly over one another during movements. Bursitis is a repetitive strain injury, meaning it is anContinue reading “#1 Guide to Personal Training Clients with Chronic Shoulder Bursitis Injuries”

#1 Guide to Colles Fracture Rehabilitation Using Hands-On Treatment and Exercises

What is a Colles fracture? A Colles fracture occurs on the distal part of the radius, the larger of two bones in the forearm. This kind of fracture results from an individual falling on to their outstretched hand. It is more commonly found in older populations due to poor bone health, which leaves them moreContinue reading “#1 Guide to Colles Fracture Rehabilitation Using Hands-On Treatment and Exercises”