Soft tissue and myofascial pain is often at play when it comes to groin pain in people who are not high level movers or full-time athletes. A visit to your physician and put you on the right track to heal.
Suffering regular headaches? Jaw tension could be the culprit, especially if you are under constant stress, or have bad posture.
The upper cervical area is known to tension headaches. These cervicogenic headaches can often be mistaken for a migraine due to their severity.
Sacral pain can emerge from a small collection of problems from pelvic floor issues, root nerve irritation, facet dysfunction, or direct trauma. Often overlooked is the role that muscular trigger points can play in sacral pain.
In this blog, we look at a very familiar set of muscles that most everyone knows by name, even if they know very little else: the hamstrings. The hamstrings are often associated with tight legs, poor posture, tears, injuries, and weakness.
Learn about the somewhat hidden muscle in the back of the knee, whose pain referral is right over the back of the knee, an area where many people experience knee pain
If you are experiencing pain on the outside of the leg, it may be caused by the gluteus minimus. For help finding relief, the team at Body Heal Therapy can help release those trigger points.
An area not often considered with knee pain, two muscles that sit high up toward the hip are key muscles in knee pain: adductor longus and adductor brevis.