Pilates – The best way rehab orthopedic injuries

Pilates – The best way to injury recovery and prevention  If you are injured and have pain, did you know that there is more to recovery than just getting rid of pain? If your rehab only focuses on pain it will always miss the root cause of the real problem. The fact is that pain…

Can Yoga Be Bad For You? ( by physiotherapist Carlsbad, CA)

  Yoga is very well known about it’s healing side, but can yoga also harm you? People have more and more physical problems today and an increasing numbers of population is turning to Yoga for exercise and relaxation. Yoga is well known also about relieving tightness and pain in joints, bones and muscles. Even though…

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,…

IS YOUR BACK PAIN CAUSED BY MYOFASCIA? (by Pilates Wise Carlsbad, San Diego)

Fascia covers whole body and it provides structural support around our organs, muscles, joints, bones and nerve fibers. Fascia helps prevent and minimize localized stress in particular muscle, joint or bone. It is always under tension as long as gravity is present, and it also provides stabilizer components that helps our posture and allows us…

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…

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…