Pain and Posture

Pain and Posture

The spine naturally is made up of  a series of curves, which are essential to us as  shock absorbers. They transform the spine from a straight, inflexible rod to a spring, which is able to bend and flex in response to the stress caused by the impact of walking,...

Bad Posture and Pain

Bad posture over a period of time results in trigger points in your muscles which can pull the bones into unnatural twists or curves. An example of this is the dreaded dowager’s hump. A humped back is merely a result of tight chest and neck muscles. An apparent...

Back Pain

People tend to think the worst when experiencing back pain. Worries about slipped discs, arthritis, displaced vertebrae etc are common. Very often though, back pain is nothing more than myofascial trigger points. Pain in your low back can come from surprising places....

Back Pain and Posture

The deep spinal muscles are individually quite small, so are particularly vulnerable to sudden overload or repetitive motion. The only time they are relaxed are when you are lying down or standing perfectly upright with your weight evenly distributed on all sides of...