Rowing is a great pursuit for people of all ages. It is great for our physical, mental and social wellbeing. It provides cardiovascular fitness and strength for the whole body. But for so many rowers, lower back pain is a problem which often keeps them off the water for long periods.
When most people think of constipation, they normally think of hard stools that are difficult to pass however people who are constipated may show a number of different signs. Often there are multiple causes for constipation and finding out the exact cause can be difficult.
Shoulders are a common area of injury. They are the linch-pin of many movement functions and control, that once pain sets in, it can make day-to-day activities extremely painful and difficult to do.
Torticollis is caused by shortening and tightening of the rope-like muscle (sternocleidomastoid) that attaches from the back of the ear to the collar bone on one side of the neck.
It may cause your baby to hold their head to one side or have difficulty turning their head
The Recti Abdominus are two connected muscles that run parallel down the front of your stomach, from halfway down the ribcage to the pubic bone. As your baby grows during your pregnancy, the connective tissue between these muscles can separate.