Jeremy is a certified personal trainer and kinesiologist currently living in Vancouver, Canada. He has a strong passion for helping others feel and move better through rehabilitation and recovery.
While identifying the single best mattress for back pain remains a controversial topic, it all comes down to an individual's preference.
Even when you're under medical care for back pain, there are still things you can do to relieve your pain. Here are five tips for back pain relief!
It’s vital that you understand the proper way on how to use a TENS unit for back pain in order to maximize its effectiveness.
Can constipation cause back pain? In many cases, even minor constipation causes back pain which can last until your constipation is relieved.
We hear a lot about symptoms and treatment, but what causes lower back pain in the first place? Well, that’s where it becomes a little more complicated.
Sitting in a chair for prolonged periods of time can definitely cause lower back pain. Read more about lower back pain and sitting here.
Do you often feel stressed out? If so, then this may be an underlying cause of your back pain. Find out how back pain and stress are linked together.
A “hunched over” posture causes muscles to shorten and become tight overtime, causing back pain. Better posture and exercises can help alleviate this pain.