In Children and Pregnant Women

Children often sustain various biomechanical injuries as a result of their physical activities. Other factors like bad posture and carrying heavy loads (such as school bags) may cause repetitive stress that lead to functional neuromusculoskeletal problems such as neck, shoulder, and back pain.

Pregnant women commonly complain of back and pelvic pain, which can be due to the weight gain, postural and hormonal changes that occur in a woman's body during pregnancy. Low back pain and leg pain during and after pregnancy often result from the functional imbalance of the spine and pelvis.

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