Do you often have stiff or sore necks?

Muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones make up the neck. These support the head and allow it to move in a variety of directions. When the neck is overworked or injured, it can become stiff and uncomfortable.

If you often have a stiff or sore neck then stretch the neck muscles by gently and slowly moving the head from side to side. Roll the shoulders forward and backward. Stop if the stretches cause pain.

Some of the following measures can help prevent a stiff neck:

1- Exercise on a regular basis. Muscle tightness and stiffness can be relieved by moving the body.

2- At PhysioExperts we offer much more than just general physiotherapy treatments to help you restore your mobility and help you make sure to not put yourself in any harm’s way.


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Tired of sitting all day? Turn your furniture into workout equipment!

Even if you’re seated for long periods of time, you can stretch and move your body with workouts. While they may not give the same results as going to the gym or going on a run, keep in mind that every little bit helps when it comes to fitness.

Grab a chair and follow the steps as shown in the video for quick exercises using a chair. Happy Moving!

Some of the benefits of chair exercises are as follows :

1- Improved range of motion and flexibility
2- Blood circulation is improved.
3- Muscle strength is improved, and balance is improved.
4- Joint stiffness and discomfort are reduced.


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Resistance Band Exercises

If you enjoy bodyweight exercises and are searching for a way to improve your current regimen, you might be interested in resistance bands, a muscle-building tool!

Resistance bands are likely the best inexpensive training tool you can get. Unlike dumbells, resistance bands put less pressure on the joints and can target small and large muscle groups at once. Whether you are a beginner or already at an advanced fitness level, resistance band exercises can give your muscles a good challenge.

The following are the 3 Resistance Band Exercises for you to try at home or in the gym.

Resistance band exercises are surprisingly effective and offer many benefits. Here are some of them :

1- Resistance bands and tubes have been proven to improve the strength, size, and function of muscles in the elderly as well as those undergoing rehabilitation.

2- The constant tension from bands adds an element of required stabilization from your body to maintain form during many exercises.

3- Resistance bands are an inexpensive addition to your home gym equipment.


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What One Can Do About Misaligned Spine!!!

The importance of alignment in body mechanics and posture cannot be overstated. The relationship and alignment of the head, shoulders, spine, hips, knees, and ankles are referred to as alignment. The spine is less stressed when the body is aligned properly, which helps you maintain good posture.

This exercise as seen in this video aligns your spine and releases muscle knots, tightness, and tension. It promotes excellent posture and is useful for people who sit for extended periods!

  1. Place the roller horizontally across your upper back
  2. Bend your knees and press your feet firmly into the floor
  3. Raise your hips slightly to move the roller up toward your shoulders
  4. Then move the roller down toward your lower back

Repeat 4 to 5 times.

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Dry Needling And It’s Benefits

Do you face complications such as headaches, problems related to blood pressure or the whooping cough?

The main goal of dry needling is to alleviate muscle soreness and cramping, although it may also aid in improving flexibility. Physiotherapists at PhysioExperts have furthered their studies and perfected the art of acupuncture and dry needling in order to better serve our clients. We use sterile, single used needles which are disposed of dutifully. They are used as part of an inclusive treatment strategy that also involves hands-on mobilization, exercise, and other techniques. An acupuncturist will insert needles into a person’s body with the goal of balancing their energy. This increases well-being and can help fight off infections.

Dry Needling can be beneficial in the following ways :

– It can act as a substitute for pain medication
– It can control some types of pain
– It can be effectively combined with other treatments
– There are very few side effects

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