Home exercises vs. Pilates training for Orthopedic Rehab

Home Exercises vs Pilates for Orthopedic Rehabilitation Therapeutic exercises are a part of traditional physical therapy and they are a very important way to get the client more involved in their own rehabilitation process. Unfortunately, the home exercises should be given only if clients can do them with proper form by recruiting correct muscles. Unfortunately,…

Hypermobile joints may cause risk of injury, joint pain and arthritis

   Joint hypermobility means that some or all joints have an abnormal range of motion (movement). This causes joints to be more mobile and less stabile. Many people with hypermobile joints do not have problems, but some might have unpleasant symptoms such as joint & back pain (lower back and SI-joint pain). People with joint…

Pilates and Spinal Stabilization training is the best way to relief the SI-joint pain

Did you know that 25% of lower back pain is sacroiliac joint related? However, sacroiliac joint pain and dysfunction is often misdiagnosed and overlooked by doctors and chiropractors. Si-joint pain may be referral pain into the lower limp, which can be mistaken for “true” sciatica from a herniated lumbar disc. Si-joint dysfunction means Sacroiliac joint hypermobility (instability)…

Pilates Helps Lessen Symptoms of Menopause

Menopause is a term that means you’ve had your last menstrual cycle or period. Typically age for this is between 48-55. Menopause can be accompanied by a number of physical changes and symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, joint pains, anxieties, irritabilities, depressions and sleep disturbances. Menopause and post menopause time are also risk of…

High Heels Cause Back Pain

Wearing high heel shoes can be sexy and feminine but is not the best thing for your body. High heels force your body weight to be thrown forward thus it’s natural balance is thrown off and your muscles have to make constant adjustments to keep your body somehow balanced. Back pain is not the only problem what you can get by wearing those sexy high heels. Wearing high heels can be fashionable and sexy but think about the total price when you are wearing them!

Pilates is the Best exercise form for PreNatal

Keeping up with an exercise program can be difficult when you’re pregnant, especially during the first trimester when you might feel nausea and tired. One of the safest and most effective way to stay active is with Pilates, which strengthens the most important muscles that you’ll use during pregnancy and labor. Pilates improves breathing technique, concentration and body awareness, which even help your labor. With Pilates you can recover faster back to pre pregnancy figure and shape.