If you accidentally did the splits while hitting the slopes this winter (or just trying to get down the driveway), don’t be too embarrassed, you’re not alone! Groin strains are not uncommon, especially among athletes. You’re at high risk for a groin injury if you participate in a sport that requires sudden and fast leg movement, or has a lot of contact. However, anyone can cause themselves injury if they do not take the proper steps like stretching properly before and after an especially strenuous workout. Any sudden movement, especially to the side, can cause a groin strain that can take weeks to heal.
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Knee pain from Osteoarthritis seems much like a catch-22: a situation in which one has to pursue an action that has consequences which eventually make it next to impossible for that individual to follow that selfsame action. While we generally cannot avoid moving, osteoarthritis can make us feel knee pain. It can hurt so badly that we may want to avoid moving. With regular exercises or workouts, we can certainly make ourselves feel a bit more comfortable while also making our knees feel better. Fortunately, there is something that can save your efforts and help you to feel relieved. To learn more, please visit http://tryspidertech.com/Continue reading →
Every person in the workforce experiences minor aches and pains on a daily basis. If you drive for a living, back pain will often bother you. Knee pain and hip pain are very common for people who work on their feet in restaurants, retail shops and medical facilities. Tradespeople often bear elbow pain, shoulder pain and back pain. Continue reading →
The United States #1 Ranked Dart Player, Sandy Hudson battles illness and tough competition to finish in the top 8 amongst the elite players. Sandy brilliantly finished the day though with a WIN and shared the top step of the podium with her favorite match up, Gage Alvarado, a promising junior dart player! Continue reading →
If you are American and work in an office, there is a better-than-average likelihood that you spend at least four hours of your workday in front of a computer. This is considered to be heavy computer use. Heavy use of computers often leads to discomfort in the upper body: from pain in the hands and wrists, through soreness in the elbows and shoulders and into upper back and neck pain. Continue reading →