If the purpose is to prevent tendon injuries, then stretching is not really an effective solution.
This article took a look at nearly 2000 articles in Embase and PubMed, and distilled down to 10 representative studies, none of which found that stretching was an effective method for preventing injuries. (On a side note, I have done previous searches on ...
I am not sure about physiotherapists, but one solution that is over thousand years old is Surya Namaskar, or Sun Salutations.
One rep = two sets of yoga poses that give you a total body workout.
If you are someone who doesn't like to exercise, or is short on time, Surya Namaskar is definately for you.
Recommended daily is 54 reps = 108 sets (according to ...
TL; DR: It reduces the inhibitions of the muscle that produce the resistance to the stretch, allowing a further range of motion (ROM) than previously. So it doesn't really stretch the muscle, it reduces the tendency of the body to resist the stretch.
Expansion: PNF stretching is a fairly advanced, intense stretching technique that uses isometric ...
Osteoporosis exercises are encouraged for a number of reasons. First and foremost exercise is good in a general sense, but building muscle strength can be really beneficial to people who may be at risk of losing bone mass.
Stronger muscles can help improve balance, which can prevent falls.
Balancing exercises are therefore a good addition to any ...
Check with doctor first.
1 - i think you have spin or disk hernia near L5-S1 or so
2 - is your posture poor or stable?
3 - if you sneeze (simulate real sneeze) does the pain triggers?
Drink lot of water if the pain is like you explained from belly to pelvic muscle