As a general rule, before one begins or makes changes to a weightlifting routine, it is important to know the condition of one’s back and keep weight amounts within personal limits. If anyone has experienced back pain, it is advisable to first get an evaluation from a primary care physician, chiropractor,or other spine specialist before beginning lifting weights.
We’ve all heard the old adage, “Use it or lose it.” It’s especially true when it comes to joint function.
As we age, many of us suffer from a loss of joint mobility. Morning stiffness starts to show up. Or it may take extra time to recover after getting up out of a chair or driving for a long distance. Knees, hips, shoulders and elbows are common culprits. Perhaps less obvious, but even more important are the joints of the spine.
There are plenty of myths and misconceptions surrounding orthotics, shoes, and foot care. Sometimes, with all of the myths milling around out there, orthotics can get a bad reputation. While some of these myths simply have eroded due to improvements and research over time, others were never based in fact from the start. At Assured Health Group, our practitioners frequently debunk these myths for the benefit of our patients…