Physiotherapy is an effective treatment for pain and discomfort in many areas of the body. But like all medical treatments, procedures and exercises, it’s crucial to have the proper health care professional perform it. This is where a physiotherapist comes in. These highly-trained professionals are the only ones trained to practice physiotherapy and are a big reason physiotherapy is so successful at treating a variety of illnesses, injuries and disabilities.
If you’re an athlete such as a hockey player, soccer player, basketball player, skateboarder, mountain biker or a player or participant in any high-performance sport, continue reading to learn more about different methods of post-game recovery that you can use to help minimize the risk of injury. And while these recovery methods are geared more towards athletes, they can still be used by everyone else to reduce the chance of injury.
Sleeping on your stomach is a position that often gets backlashed by therapists and the general public. However, if you’re a stomach sleeper and you wake up feeling well rested and without back or neck pain, then don’t hesitate to keep sleeping in this position. This post is mainly for those individuals that get lower back and neck pain from sleeping on their stomach.