Piriformis Syndrome Signs and Symptoms
Piriformis explained The sciatic and peroneal nerve, pictured above, is a thickest and longest nerve in the body. Sometimes both of these nerves pass the underside of the piriformis muscle before dividing (first picture on left),and sometimes they divide and only the sciatic nerve passes through the piriformis muscle (second picture below). Other times they both pass through the piriformis muscle before travelling down the back of the leg, and eventually branching
3 Most common Upper Body conditions affecting Professionals – and it’s CURE!
Upper limb disorders explained Typical office workers sit with their head facing a computer, and arms/hands outstretched over a keyboard and mouse sometimes resting their wrist instead of gliding. Unfortunately, office workers engage in an unvarying position many hours each day. Height, weight, and lack of mobility of the individual also play a part in exacerbating the problems as much as the work environment and bad set up of the workstation. Reports
BACK PAIN – What the doctors didn’t tell you!
Low back pain (LBP) is one of the most common complaints in today’s society and is the main reason why adults younger than 45 years old exprience discomfort. Debilitating back pain that continues for more than 3 months are considered chronic. LBP occurs when coordinaton and stablization of the trunk muscles are weak. LBP negatively affects the tunk, including its strength and endurance. As a means to stabilise the trunk, Pilates