In a pandemic world, stress can leave us worn down and with less energy to carry on our day-to-day lives. This article looks at the syndrome, which some of us may have once called “adrenal fatigue” and analyzes the actual mechanism at play.
Are you still blaming a weak tranverse abdominus or multifidus muscle for your patients’ low back pain? It may be time to take a new look at better interventions.
Why We Need To Stop Blaming Tranverse Abdominus For Back Pain – Brandon Mouatt
We have long-since agreed that DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness) is likely the result of microdamage to muscle fibers during exercise. However, there’s a very interesting new theory that points out possible neuropathic origins instead.
Many of us have treated frozen shoulder in patients and can probably agree that our understanding of the condition is still thin. Here’s one more interesting piece of the puzzle regarding a factor that may predispose to the condition – that being diabetes!
Frozen shoulder and diabetes: What’s the link? – Kelly Wild
Putting together exercise programs can be challenging; not because we don’t know enough, but often because it’s easy to overthink it! Here’s a great article with tips that can be applied to exercise-planning for anyone from elite athletes to elderly patients.