Adhesive capsulitis, also known as the frozen shoulder affects up to 5% of the population. Signs and symptoms include: a limited range of both passive and active motions, stiffness, and pain when moving the shoulders. Of course, it is a must to consult with the experts like those working at the Institute of Sport Physio for a clear diagnosis. Aside from the therapy done in-house for Physio Newmarket and Grafton patients, there are exercises you can do at home to help with your frozen shoulder, such as:
Active individuals are keen about staying fit and healthy but they are also most prone to injuries. From bruises to strained muscles and broken bones, these conditions can affect one’s mobility and activity for long periods of time.
Sure, you like to keep your body fit. That’s exactly why you have made a commitment to stay active everyday. If it were up to you, you would not miss a single day at the gym or the court, unless you are really unable to get moving. [Read more…]
Fibromyalgia is a debilitating condition that causes simultaneous muscle pain and fatigue in multiple parts of the body. Pain can range from mild to severe. Fibromyalgia is listed as a form of arthritis; however, the popular belief is that it is caused by an oversensitive nervous system because of its symptoms. [Read more…]