Sensitisation Part 3

Sensitisation Part 3

Research 2018 Continuing on from my chronic pain and sensitisation posts of the last two weeks, Leah Adams and Dennis Turk in the Journal of Applied Biobehavioural Research published an article on 27th June 2018 on the neurobiology of central sensitization. They describe how more recently, newer techniques in brain imaging, EEG and others have […]

What Should You Do For The Best When You Exercise?!

What Should You Do For The Best When You Exercise?!

Last week I asked whether we should do core muscle exercises or not. I said that in my opinion, you should. The two different types of muscle we possess perform different activities and it has long been thought that if we can isolate the core muscles, we should in an attempt to prevent or reduce […]

CORE STABILITY – HOW DO YOU ACHIEVE IT AND SHOULD YOU EVEN TRY?

CORE STABILITY – HOW DO YOU ACHIEVE IT AND SHOULD YOU EVEN TRY?

Why do you need to think about exercising your core? When you have injured your back, the deep muscles that support the back structures become inhibited by pain and the longer the pain goes on, those muscles also atrophy, which means that the muscle fibres become infiltrated with fat. Fat is obviously not going to […]