The Six Principles of Pilates

Pilates is a lifelong system that strengthens muscles and increases flexibility to protect joints and bones. So this isn't just a random selection of certain moves. This system is based on some principles. When you apply the principles that I will explain to you while exercising, you will see positive effects. 1.Breathing Breath allows us... Continue Reading →

McKenzie Exercises for Low Back Pain

McKenzie exercises were developed in the 1950s by physical therapist Robin McKenzie. Robin discovered this method by observing that some patients were relieved in extension. It can be used in the treatment of many problems such as mechanical low back pain where flexion is painful. When to Perform McKenzie Exercises Mechanical low back pain where... Continue Reading →

Acupuncture for Loss Weight

Are you satisfied with your body when you look in the mirror? Do you feel like you've gained weight lately? If you are tired of dieting and exercising on top of that, the question that will immediately come to your mind is as follows. How can I lose weight quickly? Therefore, you look for an... Continue Reading →

6 Reasons to Start Pilates

Developed by Joseph Pilates years ago, pilates exercises have become popular today. So what is the real reason why it has become so popular? We have searched for you the reasons for starting these exercises, which you can diversify using many equipments. Here are 6 great reasons to start! '' You will feel different in... Continue Reading →

Why Does a Meniscus Tear Occur?

Although a meniscus tear is known as an athlete's disease, it is among the most common knee injuries today. Of course, athletes are more at risk for meniscus injuries than other people. Meniscus tears cause pain and negatively affect our daily life. Anatomy of the Meniscus The menisci are located between the thighbone (femur) and... Continue Reading →

Low Back Pain

Introduction to Low Back Pain Low back pain is the leading cause of activity and limitation in many parts of the world. It is usually defined as pain, muscle tension, or stiffness localised below the costal margin and above the inferior gluteal folds, with or without leg pain (sciatica). Although it is clear that most individuals... Continue Reading →

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