Hip Mobility Related to Back Pain?

In order to have a healthy back, hip mobility is necessary.  According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 80% of the population will suffer from back pain at least once in their life.  The grand majority of patients we see suffering with back pain have 3 common problems: 1. Weak core and gluteal…

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Understanding “The Core”: Not Just Your Abs

We have all heard about “The Core” and know that we need to work on “The Core”.  But what is it and why is it important? The basic premise of human movement is the reason why The Core is important.  To move, there must be a stable base from which muscles can act to then…

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Getting Back On the Bike Should Not Hurt

Ok, maybe a little muscle soreness if you have not done it since last fall.  Getting your bike professionally fitted should be your first move, but until you do it, here are some common sources of pain and how to troubleshoot them: 1.Low back pain: saddle too high or low, poor core strength. Check your…

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