Post-partum back pain

There are many women that will experience lower back and middle back pain after the birth of baby. This may be due to a variety of factors that cause the stress and pressure on muscles and spine. Nursing, poor posture, weakness, imbalances due to body returning back to prenatal position, and lack of sleep are...

Can An Old Injury Still Be Causing Me Issues?

SPINAL HEALTH COLUMN by Dr. Nora Rahemtulla, Vancouver Chiropractor Although every injury is different, it is safe to say that there will be some degree of residual compensation over the years, even if asymptomatic. This is especially true if there was some direct or sudden trauma such as a car accident or a fall that...

VANCOUVER CHIROPRACTIC asks “PSOAS or not PSOAS?”

Psoas or not Psoas? That is the ultimate question I ask myself when it comes to finding the cause of post-partum muscle overcompensation in the lower back. When a woman who has just given birth comes in for a chiropractic evaluation and treatment, I determine why there is a pattern of muscle contraction causing pain and dysfunction...

Scroll to top