Pelvic and Hip muscles imbalance and misalignment cause pain

Pelvic area problems are caused and contributed by pelvis, hip and SI joint misalignment, improper loading and muscle imbalances.
Modified Pilates training with physiotherapist is a best way to treat muscle imbalances and misalignment. We work you body as a whole, not just injury or pain.

Benefits of Pilates for before and after knee and hip replacement surgery

  Knee and hip joints replacements are becoming more and more common. These procedures improve the quality of life for those people who suffered from constant joint pain and loss of function. Pilates is a great training method before and after knee and hip replacement surgery. By getting into better shape before surgery with Pilates,…

5 Common Misconceptions About Sciatica

5 Common Misconceptions about Sciatica Sciatica is a medical condition Sciatica is a symptom of another medical problem, not a medical condition on it’s own. Sciatica is generally caused by compression of lumbar nerves L3-L5 or sacral nerves (S1-S3) or by compression of the sciatic nerve itself. Sciatica usually affects only one side of the…

Barefoot Running good or bad for your feet

Living in Coastal California allows people to enjoy a year around great weather and barefoot running. There are many opinions about barefoot running, some blame that barefoot running decreases running injuries and some that it increases. However, the fact is that barefoot running technique is totally different from shoe runners. Barefoot runners land on the…

Is Spinal Decompression Therapy as Good as Advertised for Relief Back Pain?

  Spinal Decompression therapy is a non-surgical treatment for people with back pain caused by herniated disc, bulging disc, degenerative disc disease or sciatica. Spinal Depression therapy provides gentle decompression / traction of the disc and let the disc heal itself by helping to get more space between vertebras. Now, is this magic treatment /…

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…