When running is your passion, getting hurt can leave you at loose ends, leading to social isolation, anxiety, and depression. Find out how experienced runners handle this challenge.
Cold therapy can help alleviate pain from many types of sports injuries—but it is important to know how to properly apply it.
Listening to your body and being proactive about addressing even the smallest signs of shoulder pain can help to prevent further shoulder damage down the road.
Maintaining supported ergonomics, taking regular breaks, and strengthening the shoulder joint area minimize the risk of shoulder pain.
Natural therapies, targeted exercise, and regeneration treatments that specifically target muscle healing help reduce rotator cuff pain and improve shoulder function.
Damaged cartilage cannot heal on its own, so treating it necessitates regenerative treatments or surgery to facilitate repair and restoration.
Rotator cuff pain is linked to unsupported sleeping positions, and modifying sleep positions and sleeping surfaces helps alleviate shoulder muscle pain.
Shoulder instability results from the complete or partial dislocation of the upper arm bone from the shoulder joint due to trauma, overuse, or growth abnormalities.
Running can flare up sciatica and cause the underlying condition to become worse. Taking specific precautions makes running safer in individuals with sciatica.