Please see your health professionals if you have any of these symptoms below before you start exercising.

  • If you are feeling unwell and have fever (Symptoms or signs of infection)
  • If you have ever been diagnosed with cancer or an inflammatory disorder such as rheumatoid arthritis in the past.
  • Pain that is throbbingly sore at night and at rest.
  • If you have been losing weight with no reason
  • Your pain is the result of a trauma such as a fall or a car accident.
  • Even it is a minor trauma and if you are over 50 years of age.
  • Pain at multiple sites
  • Related other symptoms such as a collapse or low blood pressure
  • A sudden intense pain with no real reason
  • Abdominal pain radiating to back
  • Pain that is not related to movement.
  • Urinary retention, numbness and pins and needles or other nerve related symptoms in the saddle area.

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