Category: Repetitive Strain Injuries

Flexing Your Flexors: Exercising Your Hips to Avoid Repetitive Strain Injuries

There’s more to your butt than just the gluteus maximus.  Check out that gluteus medius.  That’s right, I said it.  Gluteus medius weakness is the main reason for a number of repetitive strain injuries and overuse injuries in the lower half of the body.  The medius is the second largest of the three that make […]

What are the Most Common Repetitive Strain Injuries? How to Fight Them?

Carpal tunnel syndrome gets the most attention of all the most common repetitive strain injuries.  It’s frustrating when you scour the web for new information on these injuries.  Much of the methodology for treating them hasn’t changed.  Little research has come out to combat the three injuries we mention below: radial tunnel syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome and cubital tunnel […]

Back Arthritis and Treatment Techniques

Some 5% of all lower back problems is due to inflammation from arthritis rather than spinal injuries like hernia or slipped discs.  One form, axial spondyloarthritis, impacting the junction between the pelvis and the spine known as the sacroiliac joint and typically first impacts people in their mid 20s.  There are a number of helpful techniques, or […]

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