Physiotherapy Clinic

Avoiding Low Back Injuries With Squatting

By Eric Wong

Precision Movement

So, you’ve got lower back pain from squats, do you?

Damn, that sucks.

Fortunately for you, in this article we’re going to go through:

  • 3 characteristics that are common amongst people who hurt their lower back squats,
  • 3 things to address to prevent this annoying problem, and
  • A short routine you can do right now for some instant pain relief

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Therapy Found Effective for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

What you might be feeling

Classically CTS presents as pins and needles, numbness, burning or pain in the thumb, index finger, middle finger and half of the ring finger. The symptoms can be associated with swelling, difficulties distinguishing between hot and cold temperatures and reduced coordination of the hand. Commonly, people affected by this condition wake at night with symptoms and have to shake their hand to obtain relief.

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Customized Physical Therapy Can Ease Lower Back Pain

Raj Suppiah, MScPT

Last week, we talked about getting in to see your physiotherapist as soon as you experience back pain. This week, we’ll talk about the variety of ways physiotherapy can help.  A recent article in the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy described the ways to treat back pain based on the best research evidence. LOW BACK PAIN IS SO COMMON THAT 8 OF 10 PEOPLE EXPERIENCE IT AT SOME TIME IN THEIR LIVES. Although the pain in your back may feel severe to you, most low back pain is not due to a serious problem. Physiotherapists should be able to assess, diagnose and intervene without the use of diagnostic imaging.

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