Whether it’s residual aches from an exceptionally tough workout, the beginnings of a pesky cold, or waking up on the wrong side of the bed, some research suggests supplementing those pain pills with certain foods could be just as helpful.
Low back pain is one of the most common adult complaints. Here’s a way to roll away some of the tension in this area through the use yoga therapy balls (or tennis balls). What it does The yoga therapy balls grip the skin as they roll, digging and loosening up the thoracolumbar fascia, the connective…Details
In the video below, Prairie Spine and Pain Institute’s Dr. Richard Kube provides a Surgeon Testimonial reviewing the benefits of the innovative Mobi-C Cervical Disc. For more information on the Mobi-C Cervical Disc, read the article below, contact the Prairie Spine and Pain Institute today, or visit the official Mobi-C website.Details
The squat has long been the bread and butter of weight lifting programs. It’s easy to see why: it’s hands down the most effective exercise for building strength, speed, and size, and has a remarkable carryover to everything from the vertical jump to Olympic lifts.
Achy back? You’re not alone: back problems send more Americans to the doctor annually than nearly any other medical problem, according to a 2013 Mayo Clinic study. Whether you’re recovering from misjudging a heavy load (we’ve all been there), dealing with a lingering injury, or have a chronic problem, you don’t necessarily need to resort…Details