lower back pain

Beyond aesthetics, poor posture can also lead to chronic pain, most commonly lower back pain.
The spine is a highly complex structure, and injury mechanisms are by no means straightforward.
Neck pain is a common complaint. Our device heavy lifestyles don't help. Neither does the fact that we don't often show our necks much love. Here's how to change that.
As much as we want to work through things and be tough, we have to recognize when it’s hurting more than helping.
Protect your lower back and maintain balanced form with front squats.
A better understanding of the natural progression of injuries can help you approach the management of the associated functional loss and pain that may occur.
If you have back problems, it's a matter of knowing the correct movements that will not add to your strain.
As an athlete, learning how to recover your back post-injury is a key component to successful long-term training.
Once you experience the immediate, noticeable difference Airbench makes in the way your low back feels and functions, you are going to want to keep doing it even when you are not in pain.
A few simple moves on the mat can have you up and moving well again, instead of hobbling around in pain.
Low back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work and is the single leading cause of disability around the world. Roughly 50% of working Americans experience back pain.
If we told you that there was an enterprise that charges its customer base $100 billion annually and fails to deliver what it’s selling, you’d wonder how it could exist.
Instead of medication or surgery, wouldn't it be easier to spend a few months practicing yoga to try to improve the pain naturally, before choosing more invasive alternatives for back pain?
Lower back pain is one of those things that gets everyone at some point. Fortunately, relief is possible through some self-care.
Working to strengthen your core should not compromise your low back health.
The impulses are gentle and a TENS unit can be useful for many types of pain—from strains to arthritis.
There isn't a magic bullet or yoga pose that will fix your lower back, but there is a method to find what will work for you.