This study shows abnormal findings on the low back of HEALTHY PAIN FREE subjects. The subject’s age is along the vertical side and the 0-100% of subject with abnormal findings is listed along the horizontal side. The colors are associated with each diagnosis which is listed on the bottom right of the chart.
Lorimer does a great job combining humor and storytelling to explain why things hurt and why pain sensation isn’t an accurate assessment of what is happening in the body.
Shelly, who is a physical/yoga therapist, shares how she recovered from an Achilles tendon rupture with yoga techniques.
Matt does an excellent job explaining the anatomy of deep breathing and how diaphragmatic breathing can improve pain, mood, and much more.
My colleagues who are pelvic floor physical therapist highly recommend this site. It helps explain pelvic pain and condition in an understandable and appropriate way for patients and clinicians.