Overuse

  1. Snow Shovelling to Prevent Injury

    Shovelling snow doesn’t have to be a hassle or a chore. Snow shovelling is actually a fantastic way to promote healthy movement among your joints and muscles when done correctly.  It can get your heart rate up, improving your circulation- and like any other exercise involving resistance, snow shovelling will release endorphins and boost your mood. Turns out this commonly dreaded chore actually has more benefits than you thought!   Continue reading
  2. The Dos and Don’ts of Being a Safe Weekend Warrior

    On weekdays, your best exercise intentions get waylaid - business meetings, looming deadlines and kids’ homework all conspire to keep you glued to your chair all week. But come weekend, you’re raring to go. You remember a time when you could jump from one sport to another with no hint of a strain, sprain or even a muscle twitch. If you could do it then, why not now? Continue reading
  3. 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Pain Relief

    Many of us deal with pain every day, from wear and tear or repetitive strain or chronic conditions.  Here are some things you might not have known about the pain you feel: Continue reading
  4. 9 Steps to Dealing with Groin Strain

    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. Below are 9 steps to healing a groin strain and getting back to your daily activities. Continue reading
  5. The SpiderTech Universal X Spider creates targeted relief of minor aches and pains

      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
  6. SpiderTech can aid in the relief of computer-related arm pain, elbow pain and wrist pain

    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
  7. Knee Pain Can Be Caused By Overuse Due To Repeated Pressure

    Knee pain is linked to overuse injuries which often occur when people experience prolonged or repeated pressure on their knees. Repetitive activities are mainly responsible for such pressure. These activities include bicycle riding, stair climbing, jumping, or jogging which stress major joints. As a result of repetitive strain on the knee, inflammation and irritation can be felt. To acquire more information about quick relief from knee pain that is caused by overuse injuries, visit http://spidertech.com/. Continue reading
  8. Cheerleaders Can Benefit From SpiderTech for Pain Relief

    Over the past few decades cheerleading has grown by leaps and bounds (literally). It was estimated in 2002 that there were 3.5 million cheerleaders in the U.S. As the number of participants continue to grow so does the risk of injury. As cheerleading evolved over the past few decades the routines have become more difficult. It is not uncommon to...
  9. Knee Pain Caused By Arthritis, Injury Or Overuse

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