Back pain is an extremely common problem. Although we don’t usually speak about back pain during sex despite the fact that it poses a problem for many men and women. Canadian researchers have identified this void and have set out to develop evidence-based guidelines to help prevent triggering back pain during sex.

They did this by recruiting healthy couples and viewing them through infra-red technology. They studied multiple positions and styles whilst also recording muscle activity and force distribution throughout the body.

The study found that for a person who has back pain that is worse with movement there was no pain free position. They advised that if you are one of these people you should try to move more with your hips than with your back.

If you are suffering from back problems you can visit Lakeside Chiropractic. You can book an appointment by calling 9300 0095, or book online
To read the full article, visit the following link:

http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2014/09/11/4084734.htm

Post on