Non-specific lower back pain among a cohort of Chinese army soldiers

Research Paper Title A retrospective cross-sectional survey of non-specific lower back pain among a cohort of Chinese army soldiers. Background Nonspecific lower back pain (LBP) has been a major public health problem in western countries since the second half of the 20 t h century. The trend has expanded to non-western countries, and LBP is currently a… Read More

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How Your Chiropractor Can Help You With Your Sports Injury?

For those that love to work hard and play harder, it is inevitable that you may injure yourself at some point in time. From sore muscles to chronic pain injuries, tough-as-nails military style workouts can come with aches and pains. When you suspect that your pain is from more than just pushing too far during… Read More

4 Ways Boot Camp Workouts Improve Posture

Are you compensating for intense boot camp training with slumping, slouching, and other poor posture habits at home and at work? When you leave the training course, your body awareness and attention to your body mechanics shouldn’t remain behind. Even with an hour or two of routine exercise every day, poor posture habits can lead… Read More

The Pilates Method & Non-Specific Chronic Low Back Pain

Research Paper Title Treating non-specific chronic low back pain through the Pilates Method. Background The goal of this study was to review and analyse scientific articles where the Pilates Method was used as treatment for non-specific chronic low back pain (CLBP). Methods Articles were searched using the Medline, EMBASE, PEDro, CINAHL, and SPORTDICUS databases. The criteria used for inclusion… Read More

Low Back Pain (LBP)

Low back pain (LBP) is one of the leading causes of disability and consistently ranks as one of the top reasons for visiting a medical professional. It has been estimated the LBP affects 60% to 80% of the general population at some point during their lifetime, and 20% to 30% suffer from this disorder at… Read More

Back Pain While Running: Causes And Solutions

Introduction Many people start running to reduce their everyday discomfort from arthritis and other maladies, so it’s very frustrating when this exercise increases pain instead of decreasing it. That is especially true of back pain, because most people expect their legs or knees to hurt, but not their backs. If you’ve been to see the… Read More

What is the Impact of Exercise Programmes among Helicopter Pilots with Transient LBP?

Research Paper Title Impact of exercise programs among helicopter pilots with transient LBP. Background Flight related low back pain (LBP) among helicopter pilots is frequent and may influence flight performance. Prolonged confined sitting during flights seems to weaken lumbar trunk (LT) muscles with associated secondary transient pain. Aim of the study was to investigate if… Read More