Sciatica Pain Caused by Piriformis syndrome and Treatment

Piriformis syndrome, Sciatic Pain and treatment The piriformis muscle is a small muscle located deep in the buttock under the gluteus maximus. The muscle runs very close to sciatic nerve and some people the nerve even can run through the muscle. Piriformis muscle function is assisting to rotate the hip, turn the leg and foot…

Best Treatment for Degenerative Disc Disease – Proper Exercise Program

Importance of exercise for degenerative disc disease Degenerative disc disease is one of the most common causes for low back pain. The diagnosis of “degenerative disc disease” is not really a disease but a term used to describe the normal changes in our spinal discs as we age. All people experience the changes in their…

Kinesiophobia – The hidden reason why the back pain becomes chronic

Kinesiophobia – The hidden reason why the back pain becomes chronic Kinesiophobia is a disorder where a person believes that movement can cause more injury and pain. A constant cycle of pain, fear, disuse and depression can be a result of kinesiophobia and it definitely slows down a normal recovering process from injury. This can…

Is Pilates All That Clients Need to Get Rid Of Back Pain?

    Is Pilates as good to relieve back pain as many instructors advertise? Back pain is very complicated issue and there is no only one way to get rid of it. Many treatments fail because they only treat symptoms of back pain – not the real underlying problems. For 80% of back pain sufferers the…

Is Pilates Instructor Capable Rehabilitate your Back Pain

  Pilates is generally a good exercise method for those who suffer from back pain. Pilates focuses on core strength, stability and spine range of motion, all those areas which need the most improvements by back pain sufferers. However, all those improvements are up to the particular Pilates Instructor. When rehabilitating back pain clients the…

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!

Sciatica Back Pain – Is Pilates really helping?

There are several diagnoses that cause sciatica pain but the recommended exercises are very different for each of them. Pilates in general is good but there is no “one size fits all” exercise for sciatica pain clients. Only a professionally planned Pilates program with a good hands-on skilled instructor make the life of sciatica pain client easier by relieving pain, strengthening and stretching muscles and increasing spine and joints range of motion.