Whiplash is the term used to describe the injuries that occur as a direct result of a forceful, uncontrolled, and rapid back and forth motion of the neck.
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A stiff neck can often be traced to postural issues that contribute to weakened neck muscles. The majority of us are working on computers and staring down at smartphones
Designing a year of abundant health starts with ensuring you’re setting SMART goals and taking proactive daily steps to help your body function at its best. Motion is life.
While the inflammatory process is extremely complex, the solutions aren’t. Reducing pain and inflammation naturally is simple with the right strategy. Maintaining a healthy weight, eating a balanced diet, getting enough sleep,
Your neck has a tough job. It has to hold, stabilize, and move the weight of your head… every day… for a lifetime. Holding up 11 pounds may not seem like a lot,
When discussing posture, we’re often referring to the overall position of your body as you stand, sit, or lie down. Most experts would agree that a “good” overall posture involves physical positions that
As students worldwide return to school, it’s likely many will be e-learning in some capacity for hours each day on their digital devices.
While our devices can be fantastic tools for entertainment and education, the postural effects are something all parents should be aware of.
The truth will set you free! While much of the information about how the opioid epidemic is shocking, it’s important to understand how we got here.
Bottom Line: Did you know… your shoulder is the most unstable and moveable joint in your body. Its wide range of motion is facilitated by four primary muscles and their tendons, which together
Whiplash: The Symptoms You Need to Know Whiplash is an injury that occurs when your body is suddenly forced backward and forward. Here are the symptoms everyone in Singapore needs to know. Bottom…
We all know spinal discs are important — but to understand why, the real question is… what are they made of?
Simply put, your spinal discs are the little cushions that sit between the bones (vertebrae) in your spine.