low back pain

Thoracolumbar Syndrome

Have you ever experienced pain at the top of the buttock and or low back pain? You might have been experiencing a condition called “Thoracolumbar Syndrome”

The thoracolumbar region is where our mid back (thoracic spine) meets our low back (lumbar spine). This area is what we call a “transitional zone” […]

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Preventing Low back Pain Through Exercise

Low back pain affects almost every person at some point in their life. It can limit and restrict how people go about their daily routines. Low back pain can be caused by a variety of reasons such as sports injuries, arthritis, overuse, being overweight or just physically reconditioned […]

Massage for Sciatica 

What is Sciatica ? 

It is the symptoms of leg pain and possibly tingling, numbness, or weakness that originate in the lower back and travel through the buttock and down the large sciatic nerve in the back of each leg.

Sciatica is often characterised by one or more of the following […]

Golf and Back Pain

Summer is around the corner! This means longer and warmer days and elevated moods. With increased endorphins flowing through our veins we find ourselves getting outdoors more and increasing our activity level. One activity we see rise during summer is the practice of golf, whether done well or poorly. Unfortunately, […]

Exercises for Office Workers

We are always been told how prolonged sitting is for us. It is the new smoking of the era. It affects our health. Chances are, if you sit at a desk all day, then you already know it can make you feel tight and sluggish not to mention the deeper […]

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