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…

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…