This model allows clinicians to be more effective and efficient with their assessment and treatment in order to help patients develop better movement strategies and habits to help reduce symptoms and improve function and performance.
Pain is a normal, but unpleasant, experience you feel in response to what your brain believes to be a threatening situation and can involve actual or potential tissue damage (Butler & Moseley, 2003).
Back pain happens to everyone and for some is a life-changing occurrence. The causes are as many as there are structures capable of producing pain; and every tissue in the body is capable of giving us pain.
Do you subconsciously tighten your butt either on one or both sides of your pelvis all day? Different ways, or strategies, for transferring loads through our body are available and in health we have a number to choose from.
Is core training the same as core strengthening? Are core stabilization exercises the same as core strengthening exercises? Do you know the difference? Is there a difference?
The research in the last decade has led to a clearer understanding of how load is transferred through the low back and pelvic girdle and from this research it is evident that low back pain and stress urinary incontinence have components in common.
With the knowledge, movement and awareness necessary to make the changes in your own body.