Foam Rolling For Anterior Knee Pain Knee pain is one of the most common sites of pain in active individuals, and can be caused by multiple things. There are ligaments, tendons, bursa, menisci and cartilage; which can be irritated, pulled,...Continue reading
If you’re not an athlete the chances are that the area of the body you foam roll the most is your mid and upper back. This area of the back is prone to getting stiff and achy, especially after a long day working at a computer, but foam rolling can provide excellent relief. Lets talk about why...Continue reading
Using a foam roller can be a great way to release tight QL muscles in the lower back. The right foam roller can target and treat these muscles to relive symptoms. Foam rolling can help improve circulation, provide myofascial release,...Continue reading
Our intervertebral discs keep are spine strong and flexible, but need to be looked after to prevent back pain and loss of spinal function.
Three easy ways to help your spinal discs stay healthy while working from home are:
Incorporating these three things into your daily schedule can make a big difference in keeping your spine healthy.
Should you use a foam roller your lower back? Anyone who uses a foam roller will probably have experienced their physio, osteopath, personal trainer or friends warning them to never, ever foam roll the lower back, usually indicating that there...Continue reading