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Cyclists that get pain in the perineum after riding may have pudendal neuralgia. Pudendal neuralgia is pelvic pain due to the pudendal nerve being compressed when sitting. Since the syndrome is common among cyclist and triathletes it is often referred to as "cyclist’s syndrome". The most common symptom is pain along the pudendal nerve or one of its branches, including rectum, anus, urethra, perineum, and genital area. You may also experience: • Burning or Numbness • Electric Shock or Stabbing Pain • Knifelike or Aching Pain • Feeling of a Lump in the Vagina or

If you sit at a desk for a living we don’t have to tell you it can have an effect on your body. Whether it’s restless legs, irritated wrists or back pain, it’s not what our bodies were built for. If you’re involved in a sport that involves a lot of sitting (like cycling), you also need to think about your posture and taking care of your body both during the ride and when you’re not sitting. At the beginning of April, our co-founder and cyclist Doug Hanna sat down with

Chronic low back pain can be a debilitating condition and has the potential to affect anyone. Low back pain can have a variety of causes, and typically is related to limitations in range of motion and strength, as well as chronic inflammation. Yoga is a form of physical activity that can build strength, increase flexibility, and reduce inflammation, and can therefore be an effective component in the management of low back pain. But what happens when yoga doesn’t help, or actually makes your pain worse? That’s where physical therapy comes

Snapping hip is a fairly common finding where you feel a "popping" in the front or outside of your hip. It usually occurs with moving your leg forward as in running or rotated out to the side as in dancing. Thankfully most of the time it is very treatable once the proper diagnosis is made by a licensed physical therapist. There are three common types of snapping hip: 1. External popping on the lateral side of your hip often associated with iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome which is usually caused by a muscle