If you’re a student athlete, your school experience is a cut above the rest of your colleagues. Just the thought of competing and winning against athletes who are just as good as you gives you an immense sense of accomplishment. Sports teach you patience, discipline, and the ability to get back up after you’ve been pushed down! They also bolster your physical strength and flexibility.
According to the National Safety Council, an employee gets injured on the job every 7 seconds. In 2017, there were 1.1 million nonfatal workplace injuries reported owing to a number of reasons. Continue reading
The post surgery period is a critical time for patients. Having just undergone invasive treatment with potential risks, they’re advised to take the utmost care of their site of treatment to ensure a healthy recovery. For individuals who’ve just had surgery for a musculoskeletal injury or ailment, physical therapy is recommended as an effective post-operative option. Continue reading
Weakness, stiffness, and the inability to move shoulders can make carrying out the simplest daily tasks difficult. Although shoulder pain can be caused by a host of reasons (such as injury, excess workout, arthritis, and even heart attack), there are 3 major causes. These 3 causes—rotator cuff injuries, rotator cuff tears, and osteoarthritis—are behind most of the shoulder pain complaints in the world. Continue reading
Research has stated that back pains (of varying severities) are the primary reason for physical disabilities in people all over the world. Its effects have not only disturbed personal life but have also impacted workplace absenteeism and worker productivity. The extent of damage it can cause to the economy is alarming as back pains are the sole reason for 264 million workdays lost annually. Continue reading