The posterior chain is a group of muscles that run down the back of your body (neck down to your toes), and work together as a team to keep us upright, jump, lift, and run. Training and developing the strength and endurance of these muscles can help reduce and prevent lower back pain.
As many of have returned to working from home, it is important to have a good setup at home to help stay productive and reduce any unnecessary strain on the body. Our Physiotherapists and Chiropractors at Dural Health have seen some amazing setups and some really tragic ones. Based on these, here are some recommendations on how you can make your work from home setup better.
Dry Needling is a popular technique used by Chiropractors and Physiotherapists that can be useful for people with neck, shoulder, back, hip, knee, and foot pain. Find out how it works, and what conditions Dry Needling can be useful for in this blog post from our Chiropractor Nico Ebilane.