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As adults, we live in the forward plane-- walking, running, buking, stairs-- they all keep us moving in one direction, and we never move laterally (side to side) or rotations, and our bodies are meant to move in ALL directions. It's no wonder we tend to get stiffer as we...

Backpacks can be an excellent way to carry books, binders, lunch, running shoes and other items for school or recreation, but they can be a source of temporary discomfort or eventually serious soreness. Very heavy or improperly worn backpacks can lead to poor posture, cause stress on the soft tissue in your neck and...

1. Most back pain is not a serious, life-threatening condition. 2. A weak core does not cause back pain, ever. Really. 3. Feeling like you won't get better and avoiding moving around can make the pain last longer. 4. Imaging of the back (Xray, MRI) do not determine outcomes or how...

Let’s face it—giving birth is trauma to the body, and it takes time to heal before returning to anything even remotely athletic.  Several authors established the guidelines below based on the classifications from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (Goom, Tom & Donnely, Grainne & Brockwell, Emma. (2019). Returning to running postnatal - Guidelines for...