Being active has so many benefits to our overall health, we should all be eager to enjoy activity year-round. However, with Spring coming, we need to remember that we can't just jump right back into where we left off if we haven't been doing anything for the last few months. Get tips for avoiding 3 common springtime over-use injuries.
In the latest edition of the Mueller Sports Medicine Vlog Series, Megan shares some of her favorite Mueller products and discusses why those products are amazing for her!
Back pain is a common ailment that can affect everyone from the middle-aged corporate employee to the teenager soccer player to the senior citizen. The problem with back pain is that it could be caused by countless different conditions. If you are suffering from back pain and trying to figure out what might be causing it, take a look at four of the most common back injuries and how you can treat each one.
Nearly one-third of all Americans suffer from knee pain at one point. In addition, as many as 84% will experience back pain during their lifetime. If you suffer from knee pain, there's a good chance that back problems may be causing it. We'll take a look at the surprising connection between knee pain and back pain in this blog post.
In this post, we are going to take a look at six things ranging from seemingly minor, subconscious habits to potentially risky activities that you should avoid doing when you are in the process of recovering from a back injury.
Did you experience a back injury by picking something up that was too heavy for from a devastating blow during a sporting event? Here are certain things you should do during and after your back injury, in order to recover properly.