Neck Pain VideosLockdown Livestreams 2020
We see the vast majority of neck pain cases are as a result of poor neck alignment, usually where there is a straight or forward bending neck rather...
Rib joint pain or sharp pain when breathing in usually occurs as a result of those rib joints moving around. It can be a very concerning type of pain, especially if it’s after any kind of physical exertion. If that’s the case, do make sure you get checked out by your healthcare provider.
The shoulder is a more complex joint and can take a bit of time to improve. The shoulder is a very unstable joint, a bit like a golf ball on a tee. With joints that have poor stability, they require muscular support in order to prevent any future problems from occurring. The rotator cuff muscles are responsible for keeping your joint in place. If those muscles aren’t developed, the surrounding muscles can push on the shoulder and cause it to shear. In turn, this can cause the cartilage to become injured, which can then take time to recover from.
Mid-back pain can occur a little higher up than the lumbar spine typically causes problems. At the junction between your thoracic and lumbar spine, you’re probably likely to see problems if you have some postural issues.
If you’ve got any kind of back problem, whether it’s degenerative disc disease, a slipped, bulging or herniated disc or any other kind, these tips will be helpful for you. Many practitioners recommend using heat as it often feels good, but it’s likely to feel good regardless of whether you have pain or not there. A hot shower feels good for anyone, as does a hot bath.
A neck hump can often bother you from a cosmetic perspective, so we’re going to explain what causes it as it is possible to do things at home to help. There’s two types of these humps, one that has been caused by excess fat tissue at the base of the neck, known as a Dowager’s Hump, and one that is bone, due to altered alignment of the neck. We’re not going to be covering Dowager’s hump today.
A lot of people are not aware that there are a number of nerves and blood vessels that travel through the base of the skull. When these become compressed, this can lead to us developing headaches as there’s a constriction of blood flow. In the video, we showed you what the impact a lack of space can have on the joints at the base of the skull – there’s quite a pinching going on.
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