A pulled muscle in your back is essentially a muscle strain injury. This can happen when you extend beyond your normal range of motion, make a sudden movement, or overstress your muscles without properly warming up. Pulled back muscles can also occur as a result of poor posture and muscle weakness or imbalance, so you don’t necessarily have to be doing strenuous activity to be at risk for this type of injury.Read More >
A pulled muscle in your back or neck area is not only uncomfortable, it can also be very inconvenient, especially if you are an athlete or just an active individual. Acute pain, unexpected muscle spasms, and the inability to move with full range of motion can have a significant impact on your daily life and prevent you from doing some of the things you love most.Read More >
Back injuries are one of the most common causes of pain among patients. In fact, lower back pain is the number one cause of disability and the second most cited reason for a doctor visit. As a practitioner, you have most likely treated back injuries caused in a number of ways, including athletes who pushed just a little too far and non-athletes who pulled a back muscle doing a normal everyday activity.Read More >
Back injuries happen all the time during the course of work, sports, or even everyday activities. In fact, it is estimated that the majority of people (80 percent) will experience a back injury at least once in their lives.Read More >
Everybody has pulled a muscle at some point in their lives. Whether it is a low back strain, pulled hamstring, or an over-extended calf muscle, you know how painful it can be to recover from a muscular injury. These types of injuries often do not require professional intervention, but you can learn a lot from how the pros handle pulled muscle treatment.Read More >
Almost everybody experiences a pulled back muscle at least once in their life. Perhaps you lifted an object that was too heavy, twisted too quickly, or had a nasty fall that strained your back. No matter what caused it, a pulled back muscle is both painful and disruptive to your lifestyle. Healing as quickly as possible is a priority for getting back to normal life and being pain-free.