Neck/Shoulder Pain: There are usually several factors that come together to cause problems in this area of the body. Shoulders and neck that are too far forward is usually present. Lifting heavy objects when muscles are cold on a regular basis plays apart too. Sitting for long periods of time with poor posture is also a factor. As are injuries following an accident.
Low back pain: Pain in the lower back area, may relate to problems with the lumbar spine, the discs between the vertebrae, the ligaments around the spine and discs, the spinal cord and nerves, muscles of the low back, internal organs of the pelvis and abdomen, or the skin covering the lumbar area.
Hip aches and pains: These issues tend to arise when the range of motion of hip joint is markedly reduced. The causative factors are markedly variable and often interlinked. Poor posture in sitting standing and moving is a common connection between most of them be it an injury from an accident, a familial trait or simply bad habits. A thorough assessment which totally involves the individual both from an understanding and implementation perspective is essential.
Thigh Pain: Pain and aching in the thighs are often caused by muscle spasms. Frequently poor sitting posture with weak muscle groups in conjunction with a period of intense activity are the precursors to this problem.
Knee pain: This is pain arising within the knee or around the knee. Identifying the precise location, duration, and intensity is essential. Injuries arising accidents or bad habits are common in acute cases. Unless an individual takes a responsible active role in ensuring complete recovery then frequently knee pain becomes chronic which may lead to constant pain due to structural damage to the actual joint itself. Addressing the underlying issues that determine how the legs are aligned and function are of prime importance.
Collapsing Ankles: The most common causes of collapsed ankles are either a hypermobile inside arch of the foot or misalignment of the muscle contractions of the leg. It is resolved by realigning the leg and gradually stabilizing all the joints in the leg and foot.
Painful toe joints: These are any of the joints in the toes that are troublesome. The causes may be divided into four groups: Anatomical, e.g. a longer toe than is usual; Biomechanical, e.g. how the body moves; Style of footwear, e.g. poorly fitting shoes; Bad habits e.g. posture and stance.
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