low back pain

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 […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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Your Hips Don’t Lie

Have you ever felt it was difficult to sit down in a low chair or bench? Have you experienced catching or pinching type pain in your hips? Have you ever tried squatting as an exercise and just found it down right difficult to perform the movement?
These symptoms are not […]

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Core Activation & Chronic Low Back Pain

In one of the first blogs i wrote, I defined what our core actually consisted of while busting the fitness industries concept that a strong core means a ripped six pack. Our core is so much more than just rectus abdominus, “the six pack”, it starts from the very […]

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