Let’s take a quick look at the shoulder joint. It consists of the upper arm bone (the humerus), which fits into a ball and socket on the shoulder blade. This also attaches to the collarbone.
We often think of our hips as simply the place where our legs attach to our body. Yet did you know that if you suffer from lower back pain, your hips could be the problem?
Despite the shuttlecock being light, badminton is definitely an intense sport! Lots of overhead arm movement and fast diving across the court mean that both speed and stamina are needed.
Although it may not be featured in the media as much as tennis, badminton has many similarities. Unfortunately, this is especially true when it comes to player injuries.
Horse riding has many benefits, from sharing an emotional bond with an animal, to being able to get outdoors and explore the countryside. As such a physically demanding activity, it should keep you fit and healthy. However, horse riders can often be saddled with injuries – but don’t worry, regular chiropractic care can help!