Here at Release Works, we talk frequently about the quality of movement in your body. We might say something like, “It’s not so much about what you do as it is about how you do it”. People are often unsure what we mean by that and may wonder, “How does quality of movement matter andContinue Reading »
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If you spend even a little bit of time people-watching, you’re sure to notice some of them don’t move so well. You might think that something in their body hurts, and that’s leading to the poor movement, and you’d be right. But did you know, poor movement is very likely leading to the something hurting inContinue Reading »
One of the things we hear frequently from people is that they are giving up activities they love. Hiking, climbing, walking, and running. People are giving these things up because they experience knee pain (or hip or back pain) during and after. The activity is blamed as the cause.This has got to stopThere is aContinue Reading »
You probably don’t want to hear it, but if you have been dealing with back pain for longer than 2-6 weeks, it likely isn’t going away on its own. There are 2 general categories of back pain, acute and chronic. Acute back pain may last from a few days to a few weeks and is often causedContinue Reading »
Steroid injections are frequently used for treatment of joint pain, osteoarthritis, bursitis, tendinitis, plantar fasciitis, and sciatica. I’ve had discussions about steroid injections with family members in the past, and opinions concerning their effectiveness have always been mixed. My mom swears by them, claiming a steroid injection did wonders for her shoulder when a bone spurContinue Reading »
My kids have heard me say for years that sitting is evil! It is one of the quickest ways for me to a head that aches and throbs and a low back that is stiff and sore. Sometimes, sitting for even a few hours is enough to trigger a low back ache. I think mostContinue Reading »