It’s generally considered that musculoskeletal conditions concern just the muscles, bones and joints. This is typically known as the musculoskeletal (Msk) system. However, the cause of many of the aches and pain that we experience so often stems much deeper than this.
As an example, a very common area of concern is our various joints. these may include either ligaments or tendons. Here, we see typically see various types of arthritis, inflammation, repetitive strain injury, etc. While many may say that these conditions are simply related to various injuries or old age, it’s not always necessarily so.
Sure, from time to time our various tissues can be damaged with various traumas, such as aggressive jerking movements and direct blows from accidents with falls causing fractures, sprains and dislocations, and so on. Also, keep in mind, other causes may include the likes of poor postural strain, restricted repetitive movements, prolonged overuse or immobilization. Such changes in posture or poor body mechanics may also bring about muscle imbalances, then spinal misalignment, eventually causing aches and pain.
Our first indication that something is wrong is often pain. Yet, if we’re in great health, ideally our body tissues should repair fairly quickly. However, the reason that so many traumas don’t heal well is because of various related underlying poor health issues.
It’s said that seven-eights of the iceberg is under the water. As an analogy, like-wise with most musculoskeletal complaints, the underlying cause is due to other unresolved health issues. There’s typically a network of correlations, related to various nerves, organs, bodily functions and associated behaviours.
This month I’m presenting a 30 minute online webinar: ‘Addressing the Underlying Causes of Common Muscloskeletal Conditions’. Here we address four of the most common areas that so many people complain about; stiff neck & shoulders, lower back pain, arthritis and osteoporosis … also poor posture, fibromyalgia and other associated conditions.
During this 30 minute online event I’ll be discussing the most common underlying unresolved systemic conditions that’s typically considered to be correlated with these conditions along with some recommendation as to what to do to help handle it.
30 min. webinar: ‘Addressing the Underlying Causes of Common Muscloskeletal Conditions’ – to book – please click here –