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Lower back pain can have various causes, including muscle strains, ligament sprains, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, and osteoarthritis. In some cases, lower back pain may be due to more serious conditions such as fractures, tumours, or infections.
All about Calf Pain (Muscle)
Calf pain is a common type of muscle pain that can be caused by a variety of factors, such as muscle strain, overuse, or muscle imbalances.
Understanding Hamstring Pain (Muscle)
Hamstring pain is a common type of muscle pain that can be caused by a variety of factors, such as muscle strain, overuse, or muscle imbalances.
Understanding and managing Muscle Pain
Managing muscle pain is a broad topic that encompasses various conditions, and the benefits of NATRAHEA's Muscle Optimal Therapy (MOT) may vary depending on the underlying cause.
All you need to know about Muscle Knots
Muscle knots, also known as myofascial trigger points, are small, hard areas of muscle that can be painful to the touch.
The causes of Muscle Weakness and available treatments
Muscle weakness refers to a lack of strength in one or more muscles, which can make it difficult to perform everyday activities.
What to do with Muscle Strain?
A muscle strain occurs when a muscle is overstretched or torn due to excessive force or trauma. Symptoms of a muscle strain may include pain, swelling, stiffness, muscle spasms or cramps, and weakness in the affected muscle.
What is a muscle? What’s the function of it?
The body muscle refers to the muscles in the human body that are responsible for movement and locomotion. They are made up of long, thin cells called muscle fibres, which contract and relax to produce movement and force.
For those who encounter chronic back pains that won't go away, this may prove disruptive, and in most cases, inhibitive to daily life routines.
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