Back, Neck & Shoulder Pain
Maybe you've been struggling with low back pain for years or maybe it's a relatively new problem for you. Maybe you've had the odd twinge here and there and have largely ignored it. You shouldn't. Pain is your body's way of telling you to take action. And if you don't things will get worse. And understanding the root causes and treating them is really the only permanent long term solution. So check out our handy guide to the 7 most common causes of your low back pain to find your solution.
Are you still not recovering from that injury you’ve had for the last ten years? Maybe it’s all in your head! The concept that your thoughts have power over your body has been proven to be helpful for people suffering from chronic pain. So if you're keen on understanding the link between your thoughts and their role in effective pain management then, read this article now.
Back pain, and particularly low back pain, is one of the most common complaints amongst not just Singapore office workers but Singaporeans in all professions. It’s debilitating, annoying, frustrating, upsetting and quite frankly a right pain in the….back! In this blog we take a look at how hydration, exercise, nutrition and leaky gut all contribute to this exasperating condition and how to go about fixing it permanently.
Neck and shoulder pain is one of the most common reasons why people consult their GP, physiotherapist or chiropractor. However, these medical professionals only provide temporary pain relief. This means that the issue will continue to persist in the long run if you do not do something to address the issue once and for all. In this article, we discuss everything you need to know about neck and shoulder pain: the root causes and permanent solutions.
This is the fifth article in a 6 part series covering stress busting techniques for specific bodily complaints. In part four we’re going to be looking at ways to help people with hyperthyroid, hypothyroid, asthma and lower neck pain.
This is the second article in a 6 part series covering stress busting techniques for specific bodily complaints. In part two we’re going to be looking at ways to help people with lower back pain, low sex drive, bladder and prostate issues and other problems.
In this article, our guest blogger Vincent Lee, a full time practicing Rolfer for 15 years, explains how Rolfing works on connective tissue to release, realign and balance the entire body to reduce and eliminate back pain.