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- Back Pain Diagnosis
- Principles of better musculo-skeletal function
- Save a fortune on therapy for Musculo-Skeletal Dysfunction
- Get Fit To Fix Musculo-Skeletal Pain
Canberra (Australia) based physical educator John Miller is a corporate health seminar presenter. His most popular program is the Global Back careClinic. His ebooks, 'Global Back Care series of ebooks' includes all the information from his seminar presentation and is designed to provide people with clues as to the cause of their back pain (neck, shoulder, hip, knee, calf, Achilles and shin pain) and the exercises they need to do to restore poor function to good.
[Health-and-Fitness] Of all the exercise-induced injuries, Achilles Tendonitis can be the most vexatious. It can come on in the twinkling of an eye and take 12 months to get back to normal. The fix is most likely to come from the synergy of a range of exercises and therapeutic modalities.
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] The cause of back pain is rarely at the site where it hurts. Most people will be told their lower back is painful because they have a herniated disc. Rarely do they get an explanation of why they have a herniated disc. Don't ask what your therapist can do for you, ask what you can do for yourself.
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] A mate of mine went to the doctor and then the radiologist to find out what was wrong with his back. He found out what was wrong, but didn't find out what the cause was. In the end he got sent home with a box of anti-inflammatory pills, a box of Panedeine Forte and told to lie on his back and raise his knees to his chest. The big problem with back pain is that very few people are being told what the cause of the problem is. And if you don't know what the cause is, chances you'll just treat the symptom. Poor function will not be returned to good. Over time things will probably get worse. It's junk medicine.
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] The various therapeutic professions don't seem to be particularly good at diagnosing the cause of back pain, particularly when it's a dysfunction not an injury. Before going much further we need to make the distinction between a dysfunction, which is personally generated and an injury which is caused by a traumatic event.
[Health-and-Fitness:Pain-Management] For some time now I've had tight and sore calves after running, and continuing Achilles tendonitis. I've tried a few treatments - exercises to loosen my buttock muscles and muscles around my hips. This is because I hold to the belief that the cause of the pain is rarely at the site of the pain.
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] Rarely does the search for the cause of back pain last long enough for it to reach a satisfactory conclusion. That's why for many people, back pain is a condition they're destined to put up with for the rest of their life. If your back is not getting better it's because somewhere along the way the search for the cause of the dysfunction has been incomplete. This article on the cause of back pain examines in depth the principles of musculo-skeletal dysfunction.
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] Most 'authoritative' medical and medical research websites dealing with back pain confess to not having a clue as to what is really causing the pain. No wonder: low back pain is not a medical condition. If you;re a researcher who doesn't have a clue about strength and flexibility you'll miss entirely the cause of the pain. It just goes to prove that you can't solve a fitness problem with a medical solution.
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] Of all the thousands of articles, websites and blogs about back pain rarely do authors come out and say that back pain seems to accompany bodies that are in just plain bad shape. You're not supposed to say that are you?
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] Back pain is the body's way of telling you your pelvis and the bones immediately above it are out of alignment. Get them back in alignment and there's a better than even chance the pain will go away.
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] Hip pain is one of the most common sorts of musculo-skeletal pain. Most people don't know what causes it or what to do about it. One thing is clear, 'A big problem could have been solved easily when it was a small problem.' This article provides clues as to the cause(s) of musculo-skeletalk pain and what needs to be done to restore poor function to good.
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] With back pain, in fact any sort of pain there is always the tendency to want to heat and palpate the spot where it hurts, to treat the symptom not the cause. Lower back pain is the symptom that muscles somewhere else have fallen down on the job. This article will provide you with clues as to what's causing your pain and what you can do about it.
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] There is an epidemic of low back pain. The principal cause is weak and tight muscles that drag the pelvis and the bones above it out of alignment. This places pressure on ligaments, tendons, muscles and discs. The pain is telling you to get your body back in alignment. Do that and the pain goes away.
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] When it comes to lower back pain there's a trap for young players and it is that with lower back pain you've got to keep in mind that the cause of the pain is probably not at the site of the pain. Most people just want to stretch and heat up the spot where it hurts. If they can get someone else to rub it, then so much the better.
[Health-and-Fitness:Back-Pain] It's a very tough assignment trying to get rid of back pain when you're seriously over weight. I don't want to beat about the bush, even just 30 Lbs over your ideal weight puts you in the high risk category.
[Health-and-Fitness:Hand-Wrist-Pain] A lot of people with wrist pain don't have a regular and systematic training program to improve the strength and flexibility of the muscles of the upper body, shoulders, arms, wrists and hands. It's just not possible to spend a life-time using your hands and wrists without a strength and flexibility training program.