Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) October 09, 2013
HowDoIGetGreatLegs.com, the best fitness source for women, had the pleasure to recently interview injury and rehabilitation guru Rick Kaselj to discuss his approach to fixing back pain. Rick reveals the most common culprit of back injuries are weak and tight hips. The solution: fix the hips to fix the back.
Rick completed his master’s of science degree with a focus on rehabilitation and corrective exercise and has plenty of experience in the field dealing with clients with near every type of back injury. He has pretty much seen it all.
After seeing client after client suffering with back pain, Rick realized that these issues tended to linger if his clients didn’t follow his rehab advice. It’s what one does in between visits to the physiotherapist that determines how well and how quickly one recovers from an injury.
Rick says rest is not recovery. It is a temporary relief so that the pain from an injury can subside. Rick advises clients to rebuild to recover and prevent future injury. What in particular do they need to rebuild? The hips and butt.
The most common culprit of back injury is tight hips or tight muscles around the hips, which result in making the glute muscles dormant. When the glute muscles don’t fire off the back takes on the extra workload and that most often results in injury.
Yes, Rick would be the first to agree there is still a need to engage a professional physiotherapist to diagnose the condition and help guide recovery. But recovery comes when one develops the mobility, flexibility, and strength they once had…and then goes beyond to become more mobile and even stronger to prevent this type of injury from reoccurring.
To see more of the video interview with Rick Kaselj interview, click here. Rick is an injury and rehabilitation specialist and empowers people to take control of their injuries and helps get people back to good health.
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