Core exercises have become a staple for managing low back issues. However, there is a lot of confusion regarding which exercises to do and how to do the exercises. This post will discuss some of the common faults with core exercise programs and how to create an effective core exercise program.
Low back pain is one of the most common issues experienced in our society. In fact, it is estimated that one out of every four Americans report an episode of low back pain in the previous three months! Core strengthening exercises are often given for the treatment and prevention of low back pain. However, since there are so many different ways to strengthen the core, it is easy to get confused on where to start and which exercises are best.
Pain along the backside of the leg is a common condition which occurs in 2.2-19.5% of the population per year. While the cause of sciatica is frequently attributed to a herniated disc in the back, this is not always the cause. The piriformis muscle, a small muscle in the buttocks region, can also cause compression of the sciatic nerve leading to pain.This blog post will discuss the causes of sciatica and treatment options for the treatment of piriformis syndrome.