The term ‘back pain’ is thrown around frequently nowadays and it really is a very broad term. There are 100’s of reasons that can cause you to feel some back discomfort/pain, with very few treatments that actually work in getting rid of it long-term. This article defines massage, its benefits, its restrictions, and why many people assume it’ll fix your problem.
Would you like to find out how in just 7 weeks you can learn how to exercises safely and effectively in your post natal phase and avoid long term aches & pains? If so, read on…
Whether you have had a straight forward natural delivery or a caesarean section, as you know your body isn’t quite the same after child birth. You may experience things like back ache, or joint pain or may still be struggling with things from the pregnancy such as symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) or diastasis recti. You
By Lauren Howard
#1 – They are professional healthcare practitioners
A sports therapist (ST) is a professional healthcare practitioner that is trained to assess and evaluate musculoskeletal injuries and prescribe specific rehabilitation exercises and perform advanced soft tissue therapies to its clients with elements of nutritional advice and injury psychology when required. These skills are obtained as part of a 3 year Bachelor of Science degree (BSc) (or as an additional Advanced Diploma for qualified Physiotherapists, Strength & Conditioning coaches, Osteopaths etc.).