Stretching Articles

6 Stretches To Do In The Morning If You Have Back Pain

Writer: COLLEEN TRAVERS | Outlet: HuffPost ----> “About 85% to 90% of back pain is mild to moderate and does not need to be treated by a doctor,” said Neel Anand, a professor of orthopedic surgery and the director of spine trauma at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. “It’s often an inflammatory issue that will go away on its own, with an over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medication.”

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The Best Stretches to Do After a Run, According to a Physical Therapist

Writer: REBECCA PARSONS | Outlet: Men's Journal ----> If you run regularly, you’re no stranger to tight, sore muscles and the occasional injury. In addition to regular strength training coupled with proper nutrition and sleep, the right stretches after a run can help your muscles cool down and get ready for your next workout.
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Do you wake up feeling stiff? Here's four stretches you can do every morning

Writer: MATT EVANS | Outlet: Fit and Well ----> Do you wake up feeling a little bit sore and stiff every morning? Us, too. You can eat to reduce inflammation and get better joints (and we strongly recommend the best fish oil supplements and best supplements for joints) but sometimes, muscular pain creeps into our lives, especially as we get older. 
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Neck pain: “The 6 pilates stretches and exercises that eased my neck aches”

Writer: FLORIE MWANZA | Outlet: Strong Women ----> The culprits behind niggling neck and back pains are so varied that it can be hard to pinpoint an exact cause. But, according to Phyllis Woodfine, an osteopath of 30 years, common causes include: “static postures such as sitting at a desk for long periods of time, and repetitive actions such as heavy lifting without stretching, and doing something continually on one side.”
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