Friday, September 21, 2012

Do You Suffer from Achilles Tendon Pain?

Achilles Tendon Pain is one of the most frustrating musculo-skeletal complaints a regular exerciser can get. You’re busting to get back on the track, but you know you need to rest. You’re looking for a quick fix but neither quick fixes (nor quack fixes) seem to do the trick.

The usual treatments at the spot where it’s painful, icing, heating, rubbing and vibrating, whilst necessary often aren’t sufficient to fix it up quickly and keep it fixed up.

The solution?

You’ve got to search for the cause of the problem and it’s to be found either below the Achilles tendon or above it - and most likely both. I can show you where to look, and how to diagnose the likely cause of the problem. As well as that you’ll get a recommended set of exercises and remedies, the synergistic effect of which is likely to get you back on the track within a few weeks.

First step?

Download the Global Back Care Emergency Handbook. at

Or purchase your copy of the How Fix Achilles Tendon Pain, Calf and Shin Pain ebook.

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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Back Pain at Work

Having worked with groups and individuals over a number of years, I'd discovered that a majority of back (and other musculo-skeletal) pain is personally generated, which suggests that if you want back pain relief, start doing the things that will stop it from happening in the first place.

People without a strength and flexibility training program, who are 20Kg or more over weight, who can't touch their toes or do a fair swag of pressups and situps; who can't sit up straight with their legs crossed, or sit in close to a wall with their legs outstretched - are setting themselves up for some sort of musculo-skeletal dysfunction.

An incident of some kind will get the blame - without the underlying dysfunction ever being identified or addressed.

They (or their employer) will spend a fortune on doctors, radiologists, surgeons, chemists, physios and chiros, but if the weak and tight muscles that are the underlying cause of the problem aren't strengthened and loosened then the rehab process will become a long and drawn out affair - and often an unsuccessful one. Poor function won't be restored to good.

It's a bit like buying a new tyre because one side is worn more than the other, when what is needed is a wheel alignment!

If you click on this link
and scroll down to the musculo-skeletal risk results you'll get an impression of the risk your organisation is running of musculo-skeletal dysfunction.

If you’re a manager and your staff don’t have a regular strength and flexibility training program, it’s almost inevitable they’ll come down with lower back and other musculo-skeletal pain.

In the meantime stay tuned, highly tuned, and don’t be too quick to blame the incident, it could be yourself who’s fallen down on the job.

John Miller

Global Back Care
How To Fix Back Pain and other musculo-skeletal pain.

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