Osteopaths assess, diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions in a way that works with the patient's own body, as opposed to prescribing drugs and performing surgery like conventional medicine. Read on to learn about the practice of osteopathy.
The pelvis is made up of the sacrum and two ilium bones, with an array of supportive ligaments and muscles forcing it closed. An array of issues can manifest themselves causing pain or dysfunction of the pelvis. Sports, trauma, pregnancy and a sedentary lifestyle are all contributors to this.
Does "The Tale of the Three Brothers", told within the last of J.K Rowling's "Harry Potter" books, have an ulterior meaning, and is Dumbledore really “Death” in the form of a wizard?
The back squat has multiple benefits and is hailed by some as “king of the lifts”. Benefits explored here include; strength development, hormone release, range of motion and injury prevention.
Being homebound—because of illness, disability, or more recently, because of the stay-at-home orders—can exacerbate low back pain. In this article, I'll discuss what people can do about it, including a detailed exercise tutorial video and a table layout for a rehabilitation schedule.
Commonly known as the shoulder blade, the scapula is a relatively flat bone which articulates with both the humerus of the upper arm, forming the glenohumeral joint, and the clavicle (collar bone) forming the acromioclavicular joint.