We often blame digital devices for bad posture, but before the advent of computers, typical postures for reading and writing were often far from ideal.
Signs and Symptoms The signs and symptoms of a whiplash injury vary based on the severity of the whiplash, whether it is in the acute or chronic stage, and whether the principal injury is a strain or sprain. A mild …
Following are the seven most common postural self-care advice tips for the neck that we should give our clients/patients.
This blog post article is part of a series of articles on assessment of the low back and pelvis. Scroll to the end of this article to see the others in this series. Nachlas and Yeoman’s Tests Nachlas’ test and …
The following is a brief overview that links the low back condition with its corresponding assessment procedure and its corresponding treatment.
When recommending stretches, the best rule regarding self-care advice is to give the client as much as he or she will do, and no more.
For treatment strategy to be effective, treatments should be spaced no more than 2 to 3 days apart until the desired improvement has been achieved.
The sacroiliac joint (SIJ) medley of tests is a series of five assessment tests to determine if the SIJ is the causative agent of the client’s pain.
Active SLR test assesses both sprains and strains. Passive SLR test assesses only sprains… however, this is a bit of an oversimplification.
The piriformis stretch test is used to assess piriformis syndrome, that is, compression of the sciatic nerve by the piriformis.