Excessive curvature of the lower back is known as postural lordosis. A number of factors contribute to this problem, from weak core and gluteal muscles to sitting for prolonged periods of time. Chiropractic back treatments are abundant, but not all are very effective. Fortunately for you, the exercises our chiropractic experts have provided below are proven to combat lower back postural problems relatively quickly.
Hip Flexor Stretches
Whenever one’s hip flexors are super tight, the glutes become very weak. This has ...Continue Reading → Share
Often times, when one gets old, the knees are the first to go. It is even become more and more common for young children to develop acl and mcl problems. This can steal a person’s livelihood and rigour away from them, making life far less enjoyable in a lot of ways. With a bum knee, it becomes very difficult to play sports, take hikes, and even do basic tasks that involve bending down to pick something up. Chiropractic Clinic Houston ...Continue Reading → Share
If you would like to see an example of proper posture, take a hard look at a young child – their back shows a graceful curve; the way they move is quote elegant, without putting any effort into it. As we begin to age, bad habits such as slouching and a sedentary lifestyle cause muscle fatigue and tension that ultimately lead to poor posture. The complications of poor posture include back pain, spinal dysfunction, joint degeneration, rounded shoulders and a ...Continue Reading → Share
Heel spurs: deposits of calcium, located at the bottom of the heel bone. Sounds painful, doesn’t it? More often than not, it is. And it can become so intolerable, that walking becomes downright impossible. But pain is not always an indication that a heel spur exists. Sometimes, even with a heel spur, you won’t feel the slightest tincture of discomfort. This can make things difficult to diagnose. Pain is not a necessary component of the existence of a heel spur. ...Continue Reading → Share
Sadly, so many people die in America because of heart disease.. Twenty-five percent of deaths are caused by heart disease. Actually, a quarter of a million Americans have a heart attack every year. Some die, some don’t. But regardless, it is something that none of us want to experience. Studies have shown that by eliminating cardiovascular risk factors, such as diabetes, obesity, poor diet, physical inactivity and excessive alcohol use, before the age of 50 can reduce the risk of ...Continue Reading → Share