The back is one of the most important regions of the body when it comes to how mobile we all are. Almost every move we make is connected to the back and it is not uncommon for injuries to occur purely as a result of general wear and tear.
There are many reasons why you might require the services of an orthopedic doctor or orthopedic surgeon. The practice itself is predominantly associated with the treatment and care of the musculoskeletal system. This system is made up the muscles, tendons, bones and joints within your body. Today we are going to take a closer look at these parts of the body and learn a little bit more about them!
In a previous blog post here at Onto Orthopedics we discussed how yoga can be an effective tool for protecting your health. We specifically discussed this issue in relation to pain and injury of the shoulders and neck. Today we are going to revisit this topic but pay more attention to how yoga can truly help to prevent back injuries and reduce existing pain in this area!
It is often said that prevention is better than cure, and when it comes to the health of your body this is of course applicable! When talking about the health of your bones, there is increasing amounts of evidence to suggest that yoga can be a great tool for keeping them in tip-top condition.